April marks the blogiversary month for Dynamics NAV Financials, and this year, we turn two!
I continue to be blown away by how this blog continues to grow. This time last year, we had about 15,000 views and now we’re just over 70,000. We’ve gained more than 150 regular email followers, and forty more countries who follow the blog – there are now people from more than 160 countries reading Dynamics NAV Financials with top readership in the United Kingdom, India, Canada, Germany, Spain, Netherlands, Australia, Denmark, and Philippines as well as the United States.
About 20 people stop by the blog every day to reference the Account Schedule Formulas and Account Schedule Examples pages, and we’ve had two really popular series in the last year: 15 Days of NAV Dimensions and 50 Tips in 50 Days. The 50 Tips series can also be found out on YouTube since each and every tip is a short instructional video. If you’ve missed any of these just follow the links to see what other people are learning about NAV.
Publishing over two entries a week in the last year, there’s a lot to choose from, but in the month of April, I’ll be launching a new series called NAV Account Schedules 101. Enjoy, and thank you so much for following! There would be no reason to do this without you!
Just had to share one last souvenir from our celebration of the 2014 Microsoft Dynamics Customer Excellence Community Champion award.
From left to right: Kirill Tatarinov, Microsoft; Tom Doran, ABC Computers; Marc Allman, AMS Controls; Trish Boccuti, Fastpath; Suzanne Scanlan, Archerpoint; Kerry Rosvold, Augsburg Fortress; Greg Kaupp, Archerpoint; Tom Blaisdell, Microsoft; Jon Rivers, Datamasons; Andy Hafer, Dynamic Communities; Wayne Morris, Microsoft.