Sunday, 2 August 2009

Microsoft and eBECS Launch the Lean Centre of Excellence - PLEASE JOIN US

Microsoft and eBECS established the Lean Centre of Excellence to serve as a collaborative facility for organisations looking to utilise Lean capabilities within Microsoft Dynamics AX. Microsoft recognises that a successful Lean implementation is not simply about providing the right software tools; just as important are the skills of the team that architect and deliver the solution.

If you are an organisation considering the implementation of Lean ERP; investigating discrete areas of the functionality to enhance your traditional approach or already a customer using Microsoft Dynamics AX and perhaps looking to adopt the lean functionality; a Microsoft Dynamics Partner interested in achieving the certification required to sell, support and implement the Lean solutions; a Lean Professional interested in helping others by sharing practical experiences or just simply interested in learning what Lean has to offer, then we would encourage you to become a member of this lean community by visiting to sign up for free membership.

Becoming a member of this community will provide you with a place to ask questions, share your experiences, access the latest materials and ultimately expand your knowledge. Joining The Lean Centre of Excellence will ensure you are kept up to date with news, events and training opportunities through the Centre. You will also be able to learn about the additional capability that eBECS provides in Lean Manufacturing II, III and the Vendor Portal, which addresses some of the more advanced Lean requirements of a Lean Enterprise including the key Lean requirements for the Automotive, Aerospace & Defence, High Tech and the Medical Devices & Equipment Manufacture sectors.

Microsoft recently acquired the Lean functionality from eBECS and we are now pleased to announce that Lean Manufacturing for Microsoft Dynamics AX became available as a fully integrated Microsoft product on 1st August 2009 for the UK, US and Canada.

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