Microsoft Dynamics Business Solutions in Academia: Birmingham City University September 11, 2013
Microsoft Dynamics Business Solution in Academia is a conference where you will enhance your knowledge of the Microsoft business solutions and the use of technology in the classroom. This event gives you the perfect opportunity to meet peers interested in this field, Microsoft Dynamics experts, a Microsoft Dynamics customer and Microsoft Dynamics partners. This event will provide an important forum for the exchange of ideas and experience using business solution software in the curriculum.
Microsoft Dynamics business management software is a line of richly featured and highly intuitive enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) solutions. When used in a classroom setting, Microsoft Dynamics solutions facilitate holistic and cross-disciplinary learning, helping to better prepare students for future business careers using today’s technology.
There is no cost to attend this event, but registration is required!
Online registration is available here.http://dynaaukconf.eventbrite.com/
10:00 Welcome by Birmingham City University and Microsoft
10:15 Consumerization of IT by Microsoft
10:30 Success with Microsoft Dynamics – a customer story
11:00 Market Analysis by a leading management consultancy company
11:30 Microsoft Dynamics AX and CRM by Microsoft
13:15 Microsoft Dynamics Academic Alliance program by Microsoft
13:45 Microsoft Curriculum and Research at Birmingham City University
14:15 Microsoft Dynamics Ecosystem – a partner story by eBecs and Columbus
15:00 Student employability within Microsoft Dynamics by Nigel Frank International
15:30 Forum and networking (Q&A)
Location: Birmingham City University Faculty of Technology, Engineering and the Environment City Centre Campus Millennium Point 1, Curzon Street Birmingham B4 7XG
Register Here - http://dynaaukconf.eventbrite.com/
Please don't hesitate to send your questions to email@example.com.
What is Microsoft Dynamics Academic Alliance (DynAA)
DynAA is a global program that provides no-cost licenses to educational institutions that want to use Microsoft Dynamics software for teaching or research purposes. Microsoft Dynamics consists of the following ERP and CRM solutions: Microsoft Dynamics AX, Microsoft Dynamics GP, Microsoft Dynamics NAV, Microsoft Dynamics SL, and Microsoft Dynamics CRM. DynAA is a powerful connector to the vibrant and growing Microsoft Dynamics ecosystem that includes nearly 300,000 customers, more than 10,000 Microsoft partners, and over 1,600 academic institutions like yours around the world. DynAA members use Microsoft Dynamics business management solutions to support learning about key business processes, concepts, and theories, and as a platform for understanding Enterprise Resource Planning integrated data structure, business intelligence, and data mining.
Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM software can be incorporated in:
Accounting curricula, including business decision support and analysis; planning and control; purchasing; budgeting; and forecasting.
Business operations curricula, including manufacturing processes; product distribution; and inventory and order management.
Marketing curricula, including improved customer-centric activities; customer valuation analysis; marketing analysis; and gross margin and return on investment analysis.
Business information systems curricula, including business analysis, system design, data maintenance; and business intelligence.
Dynamics Academic Alliance Members
- Dynamics Academic Alliance membership application
- Members in Europe, Middle East, and Africa
- Get involved with the Microsoft Dynamics Academic Alliance program
- Microsoft Developer Network Academic Alliance
- Post job openings on LinkedIn
- Post job openings on the Students to Business site
- Success stories
- Hire the best
- Dynamics Academic Alliance Members
- Dynamics Academic Alliance Partners
- Dynamics Academic Alliance Students
Videos & Webcasts
- Interview with Marnix Wolters, Manager of Operations at Pebblestone
- Interview with Bas Stijntjes, ICT Manager at REV'IT!
We look forward to seeing you at Birmingham City University!