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Dynamics Day: Bringing you systems of intelligence

09 Oct 2015

Intergen’s Dynamics Day 2015 heads to Auckland this month, offering the chance to learn all about the latest Dynamics Business advancements and how to harness them for the benefit of your business.

More than 250 delegates are expected for the complimentary October 22 event, which offers a unique opportunity to hear from leading practitioners in Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM offerings, with product information, updates, practical information and customer insights.

A day packed with a wealth of information, 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, with Intergen demonstrating how you can extract insights and drive business outcomes to deliver amazing experiences for both your customers and employees.

Chris Auld, Intergen’s chief technology officer will offer tips and tricks for how companies can access the vast amounts of data at our disposal to drive real outcomes.

“The key to using this data is identifying the small packets of information that drive meaningful outcomes for both the organisation and their customers,” Intergen says.

Auld will introduce attendees to the concepts of the internet of things, machine learning and predictive analysis and how to use them to drive better outcomes for your business, and your customers.

Intergen chief executive Simon Bright and Dynamics Solutions general manager James Page will be joined by a Microsoft New Zealand chief marketing and operations officer, Frazer Scott, to discuss product strategy.

Streams for AX, CRM and NAV ensure you get all the information you most need, whether its how to unleash the potential of enterprise cloud computing with AX7; how to drive intelligence with data insights using CRM with Excel and Power BI; or what’s new in NAV.

Customers Giesen Wines and Liquigas will also be presenting their stories about how they use the Microsoft Dynamics solutions, providing valuable tips on how you can get more out of your Microsoft investments.

The annual event will also see Rob Waddell sail into town with the Olympic gold medallist and Emirates Team New Zealand a guest speaker for the day.

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 the Dynamics Day experience centre
  • Ask questions of the experts
  • Network with your peers and exchange ideas and opportunities

Intergen Dynamics Day 2015 is on Thursday, 22 October from 8.30am – 6.00pm at Rendezvous Hotel, 71 Mayoral Drive, Auckland.

Places are limited so be in quick to secure your spot. Click here to register.

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