VIRTUAL: D365/AXUG Kansas/Kansas City User Group Q4 Meeting

When:  Oct 21, 2020 from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM (CT)

Our October 21st  VIRTUAL meeting will showcase a presentation on How and Why you should bring Engineering into Dynamics

Find out how you can improve efficiency in bringing new product design information into Dynamics via Bluestar!  The session will cover how CAD Model information can be brought into Dynamics and be updated when changes are required.

Ask you Engineering group to attend this virtual meeting with you!


Our speaker, Dan Fite is the Director of Business Development for PDM Technology North America, developer of the Bluestar PLM products. Dan’s primary responsibility is product evangelist for Bluestar PLM - the leading CAD/PDM/PLM connecting companies engineering and manufacturing teams via the Microsoft Dynamics AX native solution.

Dan’s ERP experience spans more than 30 years with business systems, including the last 20 years focusing on ERP and complementary applications. During his tenure with Dynamics AX, Dan has focused on the Application Lifecycle Management with customers including acquisition, implementation, operation and optimization phases. Dan holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Marketing and Information Systems from Middle Tennessee University.


Agenda: *

  • Welcome & Introductions
  • Chapter Business, AXUG News & Events
  • Presentation:  How and Why you should bring Engineering into Dynamics
  • Open Discussion

*Agenda and details subject to change.

                         

Audience: All Dynamics AX users are welcome. Your AXUG Membership extends to ALL employees at your company, so we encourage you to invite your colleagues and fellow peers. Partner Members are welcome to attend provided they are accompanied by a customer and they can refer to our Code of Conduct for additional guidelines.

Hyperlink to Code of Conduct:  https://www.dynamiccommunities.com/partner-terms

Location

Online Instructions:

Contact

Jennifer Vogts
316-977-6858
jennifer.vogts@icminc.com