It’s Convergence time! What NAV sessions should you choose on Thursday, March 19th?Posted: March 6, 2015 Filed under: Uncategorized Leave a comment
I’m thrilled to be attending Microsoft Dynamics Convergence for my 7th year in a row in 2015! As an experienced Convergence attendee, one question I get every year is: What NAV sessions should I attend? I always say, “Take advantage of EVERY session”, so this week, I’ll be sharing my NAV session picks for Convergence week to help you out.
Thursday, March 19th
Our illustrious Convergence planners must be giving us a break this morning by waiting to start the keynote until 9:30. David Finn’s session on cybersecurity promises to be enlightening as he shares how Microsoft’s Digital Crimes Unit “is committed to identifying and disrupting cybercrime across the globe”. Make sure to get a big cup of coffee and join us at Digital detectives: Protecting data, commerce and privacy in the age of cybercrime.
I always love to hear customer stories of how they’ve used NAV successfully in their businesses. The 11:00 time slot has three separate sessions that showcase customers telling their NAV stories. Take your pick between Effective program management of your Microsoft Dynamics NAV environment or Microsoft SQL Server AlwaysOn for your business or Learn from your peers: Get ready for your Microsoft Dynamics NAV upgrade. No matter which of these you choose, you’ll be sure to get some great insight directly from customers.
And speaking of customer stories, the session at 2:00 is a sure winner! Lessons from your peers: What we learned during our upgrade to the latest version of Microsoft Dynamics NAV has a panel of four customers who will share winning strategies as well as the gotchas they experienced with a recent upgrade.
Your one last chance to soak in some knowledge is here! Attend the 3:30 session for Tips and Tricks: Training resources for Microsoft Dynamics NAV to get a list of online NAV resources for training.
Keep following Dynamics NAV Financials during Convergence week, March 16 – 19. I’ll be live blogging and tweeting the entire event to keep you all in the know about what’s going on in the world of Microsoft Dynamics NAV!