Not all Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations implementations and upgrades go as planned. The User Group Summit Europe event is bringing real user stories to light, so you can learn best practices, challenges, and avoid some of the same pitfalls others have experienced.
You're invited to join us 27-29 March in Amsterdam to learn from real-users' journeys with Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations, like these valuable sessions:
Customer Satisfaction with Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations and Retail
Presented by: Anil Shah, Managing Partner, CloudFronts Technologies LLP Maumoon Abdullah, General Manager, Sonee Sports
Preparing to Upgrade: Best Practices from the Field
JJ Foods Service is on the journey of upgrading its AX 2012 R3 environment to the latest Dynamics 365 for Finance & Operations 8.1 version. Please join us to learn about what they've learned, and what you can do today to prepare your AX implementation for a potential upgrade. Implementation leaders will discuss the technical tools and best practices they used to be upgrade-ready and share their experience and recommendations on topics involving the upgrade process, including package/module structure, code and data cleanup approach, extensibility, and naming conventions.
Presented by: Vilmos Kintera, MVP, Head of AX, JJ Foods Service Limited, Peter Prokopecz, AX Technical Lead
Britax: A Client-led WHS Implementation
Presented by: Joe Gramann, Director IT Solution Architecture, Britax Group Ltd, Will Pyburn
These are among the hundreds of sessions you can experience at User Group Summit Europe, hosted by Dynamic Communities, the official user groups of the Microsoft Business Applications platform. To see the full session schedule, click here.
Registration prices for this premier event increase this Thursday, 28 February, so claim your spot today and complete your registration: User Group Summit Europe | 27-29 March 2019 | RAI Amsterdam - User Group Summit Europe
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