Our Story

By Users, For Users

The idea for the User Groups grew from the vision of a few Microsoft Dynamics® AX (then, Axapta) users - to connect with other users and learn firsthand the best way to leverage the software they used every day. From that initial vision to the official founding of the Dynamics User Groups and continuing today to include all versions of Dynamics 365, AX, and CRM our mission has never wavered: to maximize the value to individuals and companies using Dynamics software.

A member-driven organization

We look at everything we do, from our educational offerings to our member benefits to our annual user conference, as a way to help members achieve their ultimate goal - growing their knowledge and competency in your Dynamics system.

With that in mind, members are at the forefront of our content and strategy. Our Board of Advisors, made up of user and partner member representatives, leads the strategic direction of the community. Members volunteer their time and talents to present webinars, lead chapter meetings, and share their tips. With each new member, the value of the community and the shared knowledge base grows - increasing the learning and education for all who are engaged.



Vision

To engage individuals and organizations using Dynamics software through value-added networking and knowledge sharing to enhance competency and professional growth and to be the single most important communication channel for Microsoft to seek guidance on future development of the Dynamics products.

Who is Dynamic Communities?

Dynamic Communities is the supporting organization behind the User Group for Dynamics 365 (D365UG®), The User Group for Dynamics AX (AXUG®), the User Group for Dynamics CRM (CRMUG®), the Dynamics GP User Group (GPUG®), the User Group for Dynamics 365 Business Central and Dynamics NAV (BCUG/NAVUG™), the Dynamics SL User Group (DSLUG), and the Power BI User Group (PUG). Dynamic Communities is independent from Microsoft; however, our close working relationship positions our groups to be a collective voice to Microsoft on user concerns, needs, and requests.