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Dynamics Day 2013, Auckland Edition

From its inception, the goal of Dynamics Day has always been to help users – and prospective users – of Microsoft Dynamics AX, NAV and CRM to get more out of their investments, both now and, by looking at the product roadmaps, what opportunities are coming in the future. ... read full post

Posted by:  Tim Howell , Marketing Manager |  18 October 2013

CRM, ERP, Dynamics Day

(1455 votes)



The roadmap for the social enterprise: deeper connections, connected experiences

At the root of social technologies lies a drive for two things: open conversations and personal connections. And while social platforms have been ubiquitous in our personal lives for some time now, the penny is fast dropping within the enterprise. Business is social, and organisations need to embrace these “connected experiences” – connections between people, and connections between various technologies – in order to get the most from their people and to gain competitive advantage in an ever-changing world. ... read full post

Posted by:  Robert Stewart , Solution Specialist |  16 May 2013

CRM, SharePoint, Cloud, ERP, Social Media, Mobile, Facebook, SMARTS, Office 365, Yammer, SharePoint 2013, Microsoft Dynamics, Office, enterprise resource planning, ESN, gartner, Smarts 31, Smarts Magazine, Social Enterprise

(7252 votes)



Convergence 2013 Roundup – the world ahead for AX

Microsoft’s key message at Convergence was clear: Microsoft software, especially Dynamics, has to be the unifying fabric between business users, consumers and IT. ... read full post

Posted by:  Douglas Daley , Solution Specialist, Dynamics ERP |  10 April 2013

AX, Cloud, ERP, Azure, Microsoft, UX, AX 2012, Microsoft Dynamics, Microsoft Convergence, Microsoft Convergence 2012, mobility

(2360 votes)



Does Dynamics really drive “unity”? Reflections on key themes from Microsoft’s Convergence 2013.

In New Orleans last week the theme of “unite” was played out in front of 11,500 people at Microsoft Dynamics Convergence 2013 , the conference’s biggest audience yet. Having had some time to take stock of the key messages after four days of intensive Dynamics-related conversations, here are some of the most important things I took away from the event. ... read full post

Posted by:  James Page , Practice Director Partners, Alliances & Channels |  26 March 2013

AX, CRM, ERP, Social Media, Microsoft, Convergence, Windows 8, Yammer, SharePoint 2013, Microsoft Dynamics, Convergence 2013, enterprise social network, Lync 2013, NetBreeze

(1813 votes)



Why Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 suits New Zealand food exporters

We all understand the importance of the primary processing sector to our economy. The challenges of the sector are well understood also; (chief) amongst these are export market entry requirements, New Zealand biosecurity measures, food safety requirements and the need to maintain our international reputation as a high quality food producer. ... read full post

Posted by:  Richard Malloch , Client Director |  25 October 2012

ERP, Microsoft, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012, AX 2012, Microsoft Dynamics, New Zealand food exporters

(3790 votes)



Twilight Recap – What’s shaping Business Systems of the Future?

At our latest Twilight we took a look at what’s driving change to ERP, what Microsoft has in the pipeline and who’s embracing the new system already. ... read full post

Posted by:  Rose Harris , Marketing Assistant |  02 July 2012

ERP, Microsoft, Twilight recap, Metro, Windows 8

(2844 votes)



A new generation in ERP is here – Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 is available from today

The beginning of August heralds an exciting time in the world of ERP. The launch of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012, with “general availability” from today, is a significant milestone for Microsoft. It’s also an important date for the team at Intergen, and the beginning of a busy and – we’re predicting – innovative time for many organisations choosing this latest version of Dynamics AX as their future enterprise resource planning platform. ... read full post

Posted by:  James Page , Practice Director Partners, Alliances & Channels |  02 August 2011

AX, Dynamics, ERP, Microsoft, Dynamics Day 2011, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

(3389 votes)



GST is increasing: Are your systems ready?

In New Zealand, GST (or the Goods and Services Tax) is increasing from 12.5% to 15% on 1 October 2010. For both consumers and businesses, this has implications for everyone, impacting what we pay for day-to-day items, through to how we account for these. Inland Revenue provides updates as to what’s happening on its website at http://www.ird.govt.nz/changes-2010/gst/ . ... read full post

Posted by:  James Page , Practice Director Partners, Alliances & Channels |  15 July 2010


(3704 votes)



Dynamics Day '10 - the verdict

Last week we held the second annual Intergen Dynamics Day in Wellington. This is our annual event targeted at Intergen customers and prospects either using or considering using the Microsoft Dynamics ERP and Dynamics CRM applications. The event spanned a day and a half, involving 24 speakers from Intergen and Microsoft, covering three streams of sessions and intensive training workshops the following day. ... read full post

Posted by:  Simon Bright , Chief Executive Officer, Intergen |  01 June 2010

AX, CRM, NAV, ERP, Cloud Computing, Dynamics Day

(4038 votes)



The changing face of ERP

Microsoft now owns and develops Microsoft Dynamics NAV which is an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution acquired from Navision Software in 2002. In the final quarter of 2008, Microsoft plans to release what some consider to be the first “Microsoft-flavoured” version since buying the Denmark-based software company. Dynamics NAV is already a highly-successful, award-winning ERP solution but the forthcoming release is set to bring something quite extraordinary to the middle-tier business solutions market. ... read full post

Posted by:  David Roys , Technical Lead |  13 February 2008

Dynamics, NAV, ERP, Role-Tailored Client

(3891 votes)

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