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A unique opportunity to hear from leading practitioners in Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM offerings, providing a combination of product information, updates, practical information and customer insights.

Today’s organisations have access to vast amounts of data both internally and externally, but how do organisations access it and drive outcomes based on it? The key to using this data is identifying the small packets of information that drive meaningful outcomes for both the organisation and their customers.

This year’s Dynamics Day Conference takes an in-depth look at how business systems have evolved from systems of engagement to systems of intelligence. We will demonstrate how you can extract insights and drive business outcomes that deliver amazing customer experiences both for your customers and employees.

We will introduce you to the concepts of internet of things, machine learning and predictive analysis that will engage your users, that will make data exciting and relevant that will drive valuable insights.

At this year’s Dynamics Day you can:


  • discover the advancements of the Dynamics Business applications
  • find out how Dynamics drives insights and positive outcomes
  • enhance productivity by using the tools already at your disposal
  • learn how to drive new business opportunities with machine learning and the Internet of Things
  • Get hands on experience with the latest products in our experience centre
  • Ask questions of our experts Network with your peers and exchange ideas and opportunities

During the day experts will help you understand the current and future directions of the Microsoft Dynamics range. You will hear from customers using these solutions and learn how you can get even more out of your Microsoft investments.

Each full day session starts with a keynote followed by sessions covering Dynamics CRM, Dynamics NAV and Dynamics AX as well as Microsoft Azure topics.

October 22, Auckland - Free event. More details: Dynamics Day 2015.

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