Microsoft Buys Toolkit for Axapta

Microsoft on Tuesday announced the purchase of a third-party wizard for implementing Microsoft Axapta.

The Axapta business management suite is a Microsoft Business Solutions product tailored for the manufacturing, distribution, retail and services industries.

Microsoft bought the wizard, ERP Complete, from En'tegrate Software, which is a subsidiary of one of Microsoft's Axapta partners, En'tegrate USA Inc.

ERP Complete has four modules supporting program management, software configuration, communication management and a library of additional resources for Microsoft Axapta partners. The tool will be free for Microsoft's Axapta partners for now.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.


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