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Freek Berson is an Infrastructure specialist at Wortell, a system integrator company based in the Netherlands. Here he focuses on End User Computing and related technologies, mostly on the Microsoft platform. He is also a managing consultant at rdsgurus.com. He maintains his personal blog at themicrosoftplatform.net where he writes articles related to Remote Desktop Services, Azure and other Microsoft technologies. An MVP since 2011, Freek is also an active moderator on TechNet Forum and contributor to Microsoft TechNet Wiki. He speaks at conferences including BriForum, E2EVC and ExpertsLive. Join his RDS Group on Linked-In here. Follow him on Twitter @fberson.
New book: Master Planning in Manufacturing using Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations or AX 2012 R3
Scott Hamilton has specialized in SCM/ERP information systems for manufacturing and distribution for three decades, and consulted globally with several hundred companies. His publications include multiple books about SCM using Dynamics AX as well as two textbooks about SCM/ERP. His regular column “The AX Solution Architect” is published in MSDynamicsWorld.com. Scott has been a frequent speaker at Microsoft and AXUG conferences around the world. He has a doctorate in information systems specializing in manufacturing and taught SCM/ERP as an MBA professor at several leading universities. He currently consults with manufacturing firms on ERP/SCM issues.
Maximo Trinidad is an App Developer working for a Auto Repair Service Company in Florida. He is a native of Puerto Rico and has been working with computers since 1979. He has worked with Dbase III/IV, Clipper, RPG, OS/400, OCL/JCL, HTML and most current MS development technologies. Maximo has years of experience as a Senior IT Developer, and providing support for MS Windows Servers, SQL applications, Virtualization, and building Visual Studio solutions. In 2009, he founded the Florida PowerShell User Group website to provide useful information about this new .NET scripting technology. Follow him on Twitter @MaxTrinidad.
Paul Mather is the Head of PPM Solution Architecture at CPS, based in the UK. Paul has been involved in successful Project Server, Project Online and SharePoint deployments since 2007, working with all Project Server versions and other supporting Microsoft technologies. Paul regularly blogs and is active on Project and Project Server forums. He also contributes scripts relating to Project Server and Project Online on the Microsoft gallery. A link to the scripts can be found here. Follow him on Twitter @pwmather.