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Record Attendance at the NAVUG Midwest Regional User Group Today?

Today the NAVUG Midwest Regional User Group is expecting over 75+ NAV professionals from the Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, Indiana, Michigan, Iowa and Kentucky areas for a day of knowledge-sharing and networking. That's right, 75+ registered to attend this regional meeting. I haven't received the official word yet, but my guess is that this will be a record breaking event for the NAVUG regional meetings.

If you're planning to attend, don't miss Data Masons' Dennis Bruce who will be onsite to share his expertise on EDI for Microsoft Dynamics NAV. I think you'll be interested to hear Dennis talk more about how your EDI and compliance requirements can be accomplished without any customizations to the NAV ERP. Then, following breakfast, head on over to hear Tom Taylor from Microsoft kick-off the event and give a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 preview.

Here's what's on deck for today's agenda:

•15 Different Sessions Offered In 2 Tracks
•“Ask Your Peers” Panel Discussion Including Group O, Augsburg Fortress and 2 Microsoft Customer Excellence Award Winners – Saris Cycling Group & Single Source
•Networking Over Pizza & Beer at a Pre-Event Mixer on Tuesday Night, May 8th
•NAV Customer Case Study Presentation by Schoep’s Ice Cream, a Food Manufacturer
•NAV Roadmap Discussion & RTC Deep Dives Led by Microsoft’s Tom Taylor
•Tips & Tricks Sharing Session Led by NAV User and Publisher, Augsburg Fortress
•Reporting Session Led by NAV User & Security Company, Alarm Detection Systems
•NAV Customer Case Study Presentation by Technical Prospects, a Used Medical Equipment Supplier
•Lunch with Networking Huddles Based on Role & Interest

 

All Microsoft Dynamics NAV users are welcome and encouraged to attend these regional events. NAVUG Partners are also welcome, provided they are accompanied by a customer. For partners interested in attending future events, please contact Trish Boccuti, NAVUG Program Director at trish.boccuti@navug.com.

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