Just Eat adopts Microsoft Dynamics AX to support international growth

Sean Dudley
Sean Dudley
By Sean Dudley on 06 October 2015
Just Eat adopts Microsoft Dynamics AX to support international growth

Just Eat – the online and mobile takeaway food marketplace – has invested in the latest Microsoft Dynamics AX business solution to help standardise its internal processes and support its international growth.

Just Eat identified Dynamics AX as being well-aligned to its cloud-first approach.

With a presence in 15 countries globally, the solution offers modules covering finance, sales, purchasing, expenses, internal project management and R&D cost management. 

The company worked alongside Columbus, an international consultancy and Microsoft Gold Partner, to implement the solution, which will replace its existing legacy system. Columbus will implement Dynamics AX for Just Eat in the UK, before rolling out the solution worldwide.

“We are really excited to be working together with Columbus and Microsoft to implement Dynamics AX across the business and start to utilise a solution that will enable us to grow and provide an even better customer experience,” said Marcus Jennings, group financial director at Just Eat. “We know that we have a solution from Microsoft that is stable and is constantly being invested in and delivered, and a partner in Columbus with great experience in the retail environment, and decades of knowledge of enterprise resource planning. Between us, we are confident that the project will be a huge success.”

Columbus will use its unique RapidValue application and methodology to allow Just Eat to review its business processes and requirements.

“By using AX and RapidValue to standardise processes within Just Eat, and centralise core operations across the business, the company will significantly improve operating processes,” said Martin Burden, retail practice sales director at Columbus. “Furthermore, the ability to track information more effectively, better manage purchasing requests, and more effectively manage expenses, will all result in long term financial gains for Just Eat, and this will subsequently help to improve its customer service levels.”

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