Fullscope Announces Third Release of its ISV Solution, High Tech Industries for Microsoft Dynamics AX at Microsoft's Global High-Tech Summit 2007

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Fullscope, Inc., a Microsoft Dynamics™ AX industry solution independent software vendor (ISV), today announced the third release of its High Tech Industries for Microsoft Dynamics AX solution at the Microsoft Global High-Tech Summit 2007, a premier event for industry experts, companies and thought leaders in the high-tech manufacturing space.

Fullscope, Inc., a Microsoft Dynamics™ AX industry solution independent software vendor (ISV), today announced the third release of its High Tech Industries for Microsoft Dynamics AX solution at the Microsoft Global High-Tech Summit 2007, a premier event for industry experts, companies and thought leaders in the high-tech manufacturing space.

The latest release of Fullscope's High Tech Industries for Microsoft Dynamics AX extends the core functionality of Microsoft's Dynamics AX 4.0 SP1 to address the unique requirements of high-tech companies. As the Microsoft Dynamics AX Partner of the Year for 2007, Fullscope is engaged is creating value for high-tech manufacturers and distributors by designing vertically relevant functionality built upon the Microsoft Dynamics AX global enterprise resource planning (ERP) platform.

"By aligning with companies like Fullscope, we're able to better serve companies in the high-tech manufacturing market," said Tyler Bryson, general manager of Microsoft's U.S. Manufacturing Group. "Fullscope integrates its extensive high-tech manufacturing domain expertise with the power and ease-of-use of the Microsoft Dynamics AX business application, our mutual customers ultimately benefit."

This latest release of Fullscope's High Tech Industries for Microsoft Dynamics AX extends standard Microsoft Dynamics AX functionality to address the intricacies of high-tech organizations. The release features "out-of the box" B2B integration that enables trading partner collaboration, as well as a new Distributor Management module that supports distributor sell-through, revenue recognition, stock, ship, and debit, and customer deductions.

"The timing of this release of Fullscope's High Tech Industries for Microsoft Dynamics AX fits right in line with the theme of Microsoft's Global High-Tech Summit -- 'The New World of Work: The Next Generation of Business Innovation,'" said Chris Moore, managing director, Fullscope. "It also solidifies Fullscope's commitment to and leadership in providing world-class solutions for high- tech organizations."

About the Microsoft Global High-Tech Summit 2007
Microsoft's Global High-Tech Summit 2007 seeks to bring together industry experts, companies, vendors and other thought leaders in the high-tech manufacturing space with a goal of discussing current challenges facing the industry and potential solutions for the future. Keynote speakers at the day-long conference include leaders from ABB, Accenture, Altera, AMR Research, Compellent Technologies, Finisar Corporation, Freescale Semiconductor, Dell, Intel Corp., Texas Instruments and well-known business author Geoffrey Moore. For more information, visit http://www.microsoft.com/industry/manufacturing/hightech/summit.mspx.

About Fullscope, Inc
Fullscope, Inc. is the Microsoft Dynamics AX Partner of the Year 2007, and focuses on helping manufacturers manage their businesses more effectively and efficiently. In addition to developing and marketing its High Tech Industries for Microsoft Dynamics AX solution, Fullscope develops and supports Process Industries for Microsoft Dynamics AX. Fullscope also helps Fortune 2000 companies integrate and extend their enterprises to vendors, customers and trading partners. More than 250 mid-tier manufacturing companies depend on Fullscope solutions to gather, connect and automate internal business processes and leverage the information stored in ERP systems to decrease business costs and build long lasting customer relationships.

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