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Daxeam Mobile Solution Released on Apple App Store and Google Play Store

I am very happy to say Daxeam Mobile is now available on Apple App store and Google Play Store. Daxeam Mobile fully working on both Dynamics 2012 and Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Enterprise Edition.


Daxeam is an Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) solution available exclusively for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 and Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Enterprise Edition. The Daxeam solution extends the functionality of AX, delivering integration to EAM across Projects, Inventory, Finance and Fixed Assets.

Some key items to note about the Mobile solution:

  • Daxeam Mobile is an application built from the ground up to work with the Daxeam
  • Login is managed security via Azure Active Directory
  • Works for both AX2012 and D365O
  • Offline capable – has sophisticated sync capabilities to download your data locally and syncs back up when connection is available
  • Features available
    • Asset hierarchy
    • Asset management such as meter updates, view attributes, structures and related history
    • Work order management such as creating, editing, status updates, registering hours, registering items, executing your checks and many more
    • Observation management such as creating, editing
    • Taking pictures
    • Searching and Barcode scanning


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