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Musings from a Big Data conference

Recently I attended the annual Big Data conference held in Auckland. The attendance was three times greater than the previous year’s conference which reflects the increasing global interest in the area of big data.  ... read full post

Posted by:  Tim Mole ,  |  19 August 2013

Business Intelligence, Microsoft, Intergen, BI, Big Data

(2946 votes)



Why upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013?

Microsoft has described Dynamics NAV 2013 as the best release yet and I have to admit that the functionality and the stability definitely make it a great release. In my last blog I talked about the next release of Dynamics NAV (NAV 2013 R2) which will offer a lot of functionality around cloud offerings but there are some great reasons to upgrade right now. ... read full post

Posted by:  Derek Lamb , Solution Specialist, Dynamics Solutions |  14 August 2013

NAV, Microsoft, Intergen, NAV 2013

(137 votes)



Windows Azure auto scale: what you need to consider

One of the most newsworthy announcements from the Azure team at Build was auto scale. Cloud Services, Web Sites and Mobile Services now support automatically scaling up and down the number of hosts based on metrics such as CPU or queue length. This, in theory at least, has the potential to deliver lower costs to your application during quiet periods and near limitless capacity when demand increases. ... read full post

Posted by:  James Carpinter , Senior Developer, Enterprise Applications |  12 August 2013

Azure, Microsoft, Intergen, SQL, Build

(1736 votes)



A gateway to big data: geospatial business intelligence

With the continuing hype around the want, need, or even the “me too” aspects of being able to join the ‘Big Data’ movement, it is only a matter of time before BI will, by default, incorporate this nebulous concept. ... read full post

Posted by:  Russell Bowden , Business Intelligence Senior Consultant |  13 May 2013

Business Intelligence, Microsoft, SQL Server, Intergen, BI, Big Data, Geospatial

(2046 votes)



Intergen sponsors the ANZ Championship umpires – why we get behind the people who keep their eyes on the ball.

For the second year in a three-year partnership, we’re proud to be sponsoring the ANZ Championship umpires : the people who keep their eyes on the ball. Featuring some of the world’s best netballers, the championship makes for some compelling edge-of-your-seat watching, creating competition internally amongst our teams on both sides of the Tasman. ... read full post

Posted by:  Tony Stewart , Intergen Group CEO |  27 March 2013

Intergen, ANZ Netball Championship, Intergen support, sponsoring the ANZ Championship umpires

(1839 votes)



IT Graduates are you prepared?

Our Grad Recruitment team is about to hit the road across Australia and New Zealand in search of new IT graduates for 2014. So we thought it was the perfect time to catch up with some of our newest Intergenites and see how their journey has been so far. And – if you’re an IT grad – they have some advice for you!   ... read full post

Posted by:  Rose Harris , Marketing Assistant |  07 March 2013

Intergen, Fortune favours the prepared mind, Grads, Graduate Developer, Graduate Oppportunities, Graduate Recruitment, IT Grads

(3876 votes)



Polaris User Interface Gotchas

So Polaris is live (see here for my post earlier this week on how to deploy Polaris content ), and the new process forms now known technically as the updated forms look great, but what are some of the gotchas that you need to be aware of before you implement? I have listed my top 10 below!   ... read full post

Posted by:  Steven Foster , Client Director |  21 February 2013

CRM, Microsoft, Intergen, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Bing Maps, Polaris

(2104 votes)



Helping build the future of retail: Intergen at the NRF Annual Retail Show and Expo

Intergen recently worked with Microsoft and The Home Depot to offer a glimpse of the future of retail at the USA’s National Retail Federation’s 102nd Annual Retail Show and Expo, in New York. This show is the biggest retail show in the world, with all the big names in the retail industry showing their visions of the future. It is well attended by a global audience, including representatives from New Zealand’s own The Warehouse. ... read full post

Posted by:  Hannes Nel , Developer, Enterprise Applications |  15 February 2013

Microsoft, Intergen, Excel PowerPivot, Windows 8, Retail, Apps, Motorola enterprise handheld devices, NRF Annual Retail Show and Expo, The Home Depot, The Warehouse, Windows Embedded 8 Industry

(4340 votes)



We're on Windows 8. Are you?

How Windows 8 benefits developers. ... read full post

Posted by:  Joe Newton , Practice Principal, Enterprise Applications, Innovation Strategy and Solutions Office |  18 October 2012

Hyper-V, Microsoft, Intergen, Windows 8, Developers, Windows Phone

(2364 votes)



Microsoft Dynamics Convergence 2012 roundup

Last week in Houston Texas, Microsoft held its premier event for the Microsoft Dynamics product suite - Convergence. Each year around 10,000 people from around the world attend what has become the largest of the Microsoft product team events. ... read full post

Posted by:  Steven Foster , Client Director |  30 March 2012

AX, CRM, Dynamics, Economy, Microsoft, Windows Mobile, UX, Dynamics Day, Mobile, Retail trends, Dynamics Day 2011, Intergen, Convergence, Metro, Windows 8

(3388 votes)



Business Games 2011

Intergen well and truly stood out amongst the crowd in this year’s Business Games. A large number of Wellington staff members put on their yellow jerseys to participate in various events, competing against other businesses in the region. ... read full post

Posted by:  Jaana Krause , Senior Developer, Application Services |  25 October 2011

Community, Business Games, Intergen

(2995 votes)

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