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Introducing the Microsoft Dynamics User Group (Wellington)

I’m excited to announce the birth of the Microsoft Dynamics User Group in Wellington.


Through this user group, we are hoping to:

  • Raise awareness of the Microsoft Dynamics Business Solutions suite of products in Wellington and beyond.
  • Share knowledge and experience in using and developing with the Microsoft Dynamics Business Solutions suite of products. We’ll cover best practices in using, customising and developing solutions, lessons learnt, preview forthcoming features or releases, and more.
  • Foster a network of contacts with particular Microsoft Dynamics product skills who can be called upon for resolving issues and raising awareness in the local Dynamics space.
Target Audience:
  • Technical people who develop, customise and configure Dynamics products.
  • Business users who use Dynamics products in their work.
  • Strategic decision makers who want to know the strategic business benefits in using Dynamics.
First Session:
  • Presenter: Stephen Isaacs, Account Technical Specialist, Microsoft New Zealand
  • Topic: An introduction to Microsoft Dynamics Business Solutions Suite of products with an emphasis on CRM (more to follow)
  • Time and Location: 6:00pm, Thursday 17th July 2008, Microsoft New Zealand, Level 12 Mobil on the Park, 157 Lambton Quay, Wellington
  • Registration: RSVP to dynamicsug@gmail.com with your name and email address
Future Sessions:

If there is anything in particular you’d like to hear about in this user group, we’ll try to organise someone suitable to present on that topic. If you’d like to share your experiences developing/using any of the Dynamics products with others in the community, let us know and we’ll organise a session for you as well.

  • Stephen Issacs – Account Technical Specialist, Microsoft New Zealand
  • Kate Pullar – Business Analyst, Ministry of Economic Development
  • Jian Sun – Developer, Intergen

Posted by: Jian Sun, Developer | 27 June 2008

Tags: Microsoft Dynamics User Group

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