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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Which Form 2220 Email

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Hello everybody. I am working as a senior technical consultant in Microsoft Dynamics AX. Today, I am going to talk about Microsoft Dynamics AX in the version Microsoft Dynamics 365 announced and operations. This is the technical demonstration I am going to be presenting. Let us see the list of concepts that I am going to talk about today. So, these are the other lists of concepts that we will cover in today's demonstration. Firstly, what is ERP? History of Dynamics AX. Microsoft Dynamics 365 architecture. Rules and responsibilities in P365 implementation projects, which includes cloud and on-premise. T365 enhance and operations. Development architecture and development introduction. Now, let's move on to the first concept, which is ERP. ERP stands for enterprise resource planning. It is a business process management software that allows an organization to use a system of integrated applications to manage the business and automate many back-office functions related to technology services and human resources. The software typically integrates all the facets of an operation, including product planning, development, manufacturing, sales, and marketing in a single database application and user interface. Moving on to the second concept, let's talk about the history of Microsoft Dynamics. Before Microsoft Dynamics, there were many vendors in the market for ERP software. The popular vendors ruling the market were SAP, Oracle, and Microsoft. Now, we will specifically focus on Microsoft's ERP solution called Microsoft Dynamics AX. The history of Microsoft Dynamics AX dates back to 1980 when it was first created by two developers named Tarek and Preben Damgaard in Denmark. In 2002, Microsoft acquired it and renamed it as Microsoft Dynamics AX. Over the years, there have been various versions and subversions released, starting from 1.0 to the latest version, which is AX 7. Next, let's discuss the architecture of Microsoft Dynamics AX. It...