Dynamics Sessions Webinars
Following partner feedback, the CRM Sessions have been extended to become the Dynamics Sessions and will run at a lunchtime slot rather than first thing in the morning. Additionally, registration is now done through Microsoft’s event portal, to allow you to use a single site to search for different readiness events, and add invitations to your calendar so you don’t forget to attend. Please look through the list below and sign up now.
The Dynamics Sessions run on Tuesday from noon to 1pm and will generally be a LiveMeeting, but will occasionally be a presentation, chalk talk or similar. If you have any requests or suggestions for the Dynamics Sessions, please email me.
Dependant on session.
LiveMeeting and Audio Conferencing Details
First-time users, please make sure the Office Live Meeting client is installed before the meeting.
All Dynamics Sessions are now listed on the Microsoft Events portal. Search for the phrase or keywords “Dynamics Sessions” to filter the result set. Please register to obtain the LiveMeeting details.
4.1. Introduction to Dynamics CRM for ERP Partners : 9 March 2010
A high level overview of the Dynamic CRM product for all partners, including a quick look on the overlap between CRM and the Dynamics ERP products.
4.2. Introduction to Dynamics NAV for CRM Partners: 16 March 2010
Join us for an hour when Sue will give you an idea of what Microsoft Dynamics NAV is all about. Have a look at the role centres and the general functionality as we flow from order processing, planning, purchasing, manufacturing, inventory, sales, invoicing, receiving payment and paying our supplier.
4.3. Top 40 in 40 Dynamics CRM Features: 23 March 2010
A review of the tips and tricks presented at the first Dynamics CRM user group meeting in early March. May include a special guest presenter. Or may not.
4.4. Introduction to Dynamics AX for CRM Partners: 30 March 2010
Join us for an hour when Sue will give you an idea of what Microsoft Dynamics AX is all about. Have a look at the role centres and the general functionality as we flow from order processing, planning, purchasing, manufacturing, inventory, sales, invoicing, receiving payment and paying our supplier.
4.5. PartnerSource, Licensing, and General Q&A: 6 April 2010
Join Dirk and Sue to look at some of the resources available to Dynamics Partners, including sales and technical readiness material. Dirk and Sue will also present a quick overview on Dynamics licensing and answer any general questions you may have.
4.6. CRM Workflow Deep Dive: 13 April 2010
Workflow (to me at least) is the most powerful of CRM 4.0 and one of its key selling points. This session will follow on from the Wave 1 session in March and Wave 2 session in August with more examples of how workflow can be used to streamline or enforce business processes.
4.7. Configurable BOMS in Dynamics AX: 20 April 2010
There is more to Bills of Materials than you think! Join us for a quick look at the myriad possibilities that using Bills of Materials in Microsoft Dynamics AX gives your customers – from simple BOMs, adding routes, using the BOM Configurator, through to the advanced functionality of Product Builder.
4.8. Dynamics CRM Accelerators Update: 27 April 2010
CRM Accelerators have been progressively released since mid 2009. In this session we will quickly cover the current status of the first wave of accelerators (eService, Analytics etc), before diving more deeply into the most recently released wave – Social Networking, Partner Relationship Management and Portal Integration.