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Microsoft Corp. recently announced its results for the quarter ended March 31, 2021 with revenue of $ 41.7 billion (up 19% compared to the same period last year), operating income of $ 17.0 billion (up 31%) and earnings per share of $ 2.03 (up 45%). Net income rose 45% compared to the same quarter last year, reaching $ 15.5 billion. These results out-perform the analyst expectations.
Last April, Microsoft released the new version of her successful cloud ERP solution, Dynamics 365 Business Central. Microsoft publishes new versions of her popular ERP solution every 6 months and the amount of innovation increases with every new release. It’s not just improvements in the ERP domain itself. But also in the integration and cohesion with surrounding solutions, such as Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Teams. To continuously improve its solutions, Microsoft actively uses the brains and creativity of its implementation partners and end-users worldwide.
Buyers of business solutions all over the world have one thing in common. They want their favorite solutions to be delivered, implemented and supported both good, fast and cheap. Unfortunately, practice shows every time again that maximum two of these three compelling goals can be realized at the same time and in the same project. This is often referred to as the devil’s triangle. If you are such a customer who also wants everything at once, you better start preparing for some serious choices. And get ready to understand the impact of these choices for your implementation process, your organization and your budgets!
In today’s markets, there are not many organizations who can allow their next ERP or CRM implementation or Digital Transformation initiative to fail. Unfortunately, there is a persistent misunderstanding that the preparation for this project success only starts when a system is shown and you are connected to suppliers. But are you aware that the most important decisions that determine success or failure are taken in the beginning of the preparation phase? So where do you lay the foundation for your next project success?