Learn How a Well-Designed AX 2012 Security Model Helps You Avoid AX License
True-Up Surprises

Did you know that it only takes access to a single menu item in your Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 system to cost you approximately $4,000 or the cost of an Enterprise License? During the early years of AX 2012 implementations Microsoft was not holding a firm line on the AX license true-up path. However, we are now hearing stories of companies that are having to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars as they discover they are using far more AX licenses than they purchased. You don’t have to be one of those stories!

Fill out the form and hear from Paul Vaughan of the Managed Services team and Dennis Christiansen from Fastpath to learn how to avoid paying  those unexpected AX license true-up costs and mitigate system exposure to maximize your Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 investment.

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What You'll Learn
Security model overview
Security design alternatives
License true-up examples
License dollar savings opportunities
How to avoid common licensing pitfalls
How companies suddenly found themselves owing thousands in true-up costs
Who Will Be Presenting
Paul Vaughan
Paul Vaughan
Paul Vaughan is a Service Delivery Manager for mcaConnect. He is responsible for ensuring that our customers receive top-notch support while helping them to continually think about opportunities to maximize the value in their Dynamics AX investment. He enables our customers to keep improving as they leverage his 8 years of AX experience on a daily basis.
Dennis Christiansen
Dennis Christiansen
Dennis Christiansen is Director of AX Sales at Fastpath, Inc. He is responsible for leading corporate business development strategy and managing the sales channels for Fastpath’s security, audit and compliance solutions in the Microsoft Dynamics AX space. Dennis graduated from Marquette University and is a frequent contributor to Dynamics AX User Group (AXUG).
Additional Details

This roundtable discussion focuses solely on the Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 security & licensing model.