These folks are ready for NAVUG Forum. Are you?Posted: June 11, 2013 Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Forum, learning, NAVUG, Tampa, user group Leave a comment
I’ve been watching what people have been posting on social media about the upcoming NAVUG Forum conference held in Tampa this October, and it’s starting to get pretty exciting as plans are revealed about what’s being offered. Here are just a few:
From a press release issued by ArcherPoint on June 6th:
ArcherPoint, LLC, a Microsoft Dynamics ERP Gold Partner specializing in Microsoft Dynamics NAV solutions and upgrades, today announced that CEO Greg Kaupp and other key members of the ArcherPoint team will present at NAVUG Forum 2013 in Tampa, FL, October 21-24, 2013.
“We couldn’t be more excited about the 6th annual NAVUG Forum. Our largest planning team to date has already identified close to 100 dynamite sessions across 12 tracks,” said Mark Rhodes, NAVUG Interim Program Director. “I believe there is something for everyone this year, with a jam-packed schedule and 11 pre-conference training classes. With 400 fellow NAV users, it’s going to be a fantastic opportunity to learn, network, and share.”
From a recent blog entry at Partner Power International, Henning highlights the Global emphasis at NAVUG Forum:
NAV has a long track record for attracting international companies and we are excited about the program we’re putting together and the fantastic support we are receiving from the NAVUG committee as well as from the interest groups related to international activities. We have literally received input from all over the world. We are setting the bar high and we want to make this the best NAVUG Forum ever.
Take a look at the full schedule of sessions recently published on the NAVUG Forum site! New to NAV, Tips and Tricks, Warehousing and Distribution, and Service Management are four new never before offered tracks this year. Perennial favorites like Finance, BI and Reporting, Manufacturing and Supply Chain, and IT and Developers are looking good with foundational offerings as well as fresh new material including quite a few customer showcases. NAVUG continues to highlight the newly established Global track and the agenda is nicely rounded out with offerings in Business Leadership and an entire day of pre-conference optional training to help you maximize your learning at the conference.
I can see over 100 possibilities for learning at this quick three-day conference; plenty of ways to increase your knowledge about the ERP system you use every day at your company. If you need a few more reasons, check out this article from the Microsoft Dynamics Community. Early bird pricing allows you to save $200 if you register before June 30th.
See you in Tampa! I’m ready, are you?