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It's back: Dynamics Day 2013

Back for a fifth successive year, Dynamics Day is back for 2013.  This year we have two events, with Dynamics Day being held in Auckland on October 16, and – for the first time – in Sydney on October 18.

Dynamics Day 2013 logoThe format of the event is the same as previous years: three streams of content focused on Dynamics AX, Dynamics NAV and Dynamics CRM, combined with cross-stream sessions that drill down into specific areas of interest.

The mission of the event hasn’t changed, either: we remain focused on giving users of these solutions the information they need to get the most out of their investments in the Dynamics range, or to help organisations who are considering any of these solutions insights into what’s possible and what’s on the roadmap in the future.  This year our focus is on “making it real,” with a goal to providing practical real-world information and insights which you and your organisation can use.

For this year’s events we are pleased to announce that the international keynote speaker is Kees Hertogh, director for product marketing at Microsoft and a long-time member of the Microsoft Business Solutions group, who will talk about the past, present and future of the Microsoft Dynamics range. Attendees at the Auckland event will also get the opportunity to hear from Sir Ray Avery, past New Zealander of the Year and a successful businessman, scientist, entrepreneur and humanitarian.

Dynamics Day is free to attend and registrations for both events are being taken as of now. If you’re interested in attending the Auckland event, please register at www.intergen.co.nz/dynamicsday; and if you’re interested in the Sydney event, please go to www.intergen.com.au/dynamicsdaysydney.

Posted by: James Page, Practice Director Partners, Alliances & Channels | 29 July 2013

Tags: Microsoft Dynamics NAV, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Dynamics Day 2013, Microsoft Dynamics AX


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