Very interesting video, thanks!
Can you also link customer information or previous production information to the 'planned order' window where you 'firm' the order?
Like some automated function which gives you information about:
- This customer is very imporant to our organization, you are allowed to order 1 pcs of each extra to make sure there are no delays. Or the other way around, we don't make that much money from this customer order by a strict number.
- On the previous orders we wasted around 6 item of B, so you are allowed and need to make sure you order some extra items otherwise we buildup a too high time risk for the next order in line.
Or is all this sort of things handled in the overnight planning?
When would you choose to use Dynamics AX and when Office EPM? Is Dynamics AX more for use in factory situations, where you produce a product from different subproducts that might come from other suppliers. And Office EPM for situations where the subproduct are mainly created by knowledge workers in your organization or outside your organization?
Dec 14, 2006 at 5:50 AMWhoh, cool stuff.
Thanks, very interesting and entertaining information!
Wonderfull video. Thanks, perfect interview!
The donut model made it very clear. Amazing to think with, if you place the donuts over eachother. Where you see the difference in core assets, but the same comp assets. Where both companies have best interest to make the application best, because it improves them both. Didn't really see it that simple before the model.
Edit: Why does the apple machine has black bars on the screen? Why isn't it filling the screen?
Great interview, Thanks!
Second screen of the first demo looks cool, 3d 3d
It's great that this also works on apache, so there is no need for IIS when it is not availible.
Is there a some sort of yes/no diagram, to see what you need? Because with all this different new things it gets kinda complicated to pick the correct one for a project without putting time into the comparing. So I can just take 5 minutes to answer yes/no questions to see what I probaly need for my project. (When do I use loose xaml, XBAP, WPF/E, ASP.NET/Atlas, just html etc. )
Because with all this new names it gets kinda confusing if you do not follow this on daily base. I though this was all called WPF/E, but now it seems there is a difference between them.
I assume xbap works also in the object tag, instead of the iframe tag for usage with xhtml strict. Is this correct?
Interesting stuff, can't wait to view the rest of the sceencasts, but I am out of time