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Showcasing the future of Microsoft Dynamics: Dynamics Day 2014 highlights on demand

Dynamics Day is behind us for another year, and I’d like to thank everyone who attended our Sydney and Auckland events. We had a great turnout, with more than 380 registrations across Auckland and Sydney. And although I am probably on record saying this every year: this year’s event, our sixth in Auckland and second in Sydney, was bigger and better than ever.

To those who attended – thank you for your feedback and your enthusiasm. It was great to see so much energy and excitement for what can be achieved with Dynamics. With over 12 hours of content delivered across three technology streams, we’re very pleased too. 

For those of you who couldn’t make it along and want to know what organisations are doing with Dynamics and what the near future of Dynamics holds, you can now access Dynamics Day 2014 session content online here (Auckland event only). 

While it may sound like an oxymoron, the theme for this year’s event was Making IT simple. The common thread running through all our sessions was to help Dynamics users think about how to Make everything as simple as possible, but not simpler (to quote Albert Einstein), by drawing on the full capability of the wider Microsoft stack.

Dynamics Day 2014 available online now

We had the great privilege of being joined for our keynotes by John Leonard (Dynamics Lead, Microsoft Australia) in Sydney and by Adrian Johnson (Vice President, Microsoft Dynamics, Asia Pacific) and Stephen Fowler (Dynamics, Microsoft Asia), who shared Microsoft’s vision for a modern enterprise.

As the only event of its kind in this part of the world, it was a great chance to bring key Dynamics themes to the fore, and to spend a full day looking at what the future of Dynamics looks like. 

If you have any questions or would like to know more about anything covered in Dynamics Day, please don’t hesitate to get in touch – we’d love to hear from you.

Posted by: James Page, Regional Sales Director Northern and Microsoft | 10 November 2014

Tags: Dynamics CRM, Dynamics Day, Dynamics NAV, Dynamics AX, Data Insight, Data Intelligence


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