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20

Oct

Dynamics Day 2016 now in full swing!

We’ve just passed the mid-point of the biggest event in Intergen’s calendar – more than 350 people at the ANZ Viaduct Events Centre in the room and the questions are flowing (via our interactive Sli.do tool).

We’re absolutely delighted to be the first to announce the pending launch of Dynamics 365 this morning. It’s fantastic that Microsoft has brought everything together into a single business platform. So far we’ve had great feedback on what Dynamics 365 is going to deliver to businesses in Australasia.

So far we’ve heard some stunning real world examples of business transformation in action, starting with Lorraine Taylor, CEO of Variety – the Children’s Charity, who explained how Variety’s new technology platform is helping Variety reach more Kiwi Kids in need. (You can read the full case study here). As a technology company, it’s truly humbling to see just what technology can help empower and to hear about the difference it’s making, particularly for not for profit organisations like Variety. We’re looking forward to some more excellent customer stories this afternoon, from Ryman, JUCY and Peet Limited.

If you’re not in the room with us today, you can follow the latest on Twitter (#DynamicsDay) and check back on our website tomorrow – we’ll be providing all content for all sessions for you to peruse at your leisure. And if you have any questions or want any more information about anything covered – or yet to be covered – here today, head to www.intergen.co.nz/what-next and let us know how we can help.

It’s a great feeling to have so many people in the room today – and so many great conversations about how technology can help New Zealand organisations to transform. A huge shout out to everyone who has helped make what we’ve seen of the day so far such a great event – and a particular thank you to our sponsors: Microsoft, Episerver, ON-Brand Partners, NV Interactive and Experian for helping us make today a reality.

Right – better get back to the day! 

Posted by: James Page, Regional Sales Director Northern and Microsoft | 20 October 2016

Tags: CRM, Business Intelligence, Dynamics Day, Microsoft Dynamics, data insights, Digital Transformation, Less Busyness More Business


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