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Sunrise Technologies’ AFT for Microsoft Dynamics AX Is Now TEC Certified for ERP for Fashion Industries
I am pleased to announce that Sunrise Technologies’ Apparel @ Footwear Template (AFT) for Microsoft Dynamics AX is now TEC Certified, and available for online

axapta wisconsin  Sunrise's executives saw the Axapta (now known as Dynamics AX) roadmap and were impressed with Axapta's advanced functionality for manufacturing and distribution. Sunrise became a Microsoft partner and reseller of Dynamics AX, focusing its efforts around the Dynamics AX ERP solution. Sunrise now has a history of more than 18 years supporting customers and helping them to “implement great ideas.” Sunrise Apparel Footwear Template (AFT) for Microsoft Dynamics AX is a full-function ERP solution that

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