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It’s the Best Year Yet for NAVUG Forum!

I was recently reminiscing with colleagues about the first AXUG Summit we attended that practically took place in the halls of a hotel. And now look, AXUG Summit is sold out with a wait list for interested attendees! And while the big “Sold Out” sign has not yet made its way to the NAVUG Forum website, I hear that the number of end user registrations has nearly doubled since last year. Very impressive NAVUG, very impressive…

Looking at the NAVUG Forum agenda, you‘ll see that NAVUG has segmented its educational sessions into multiple tracks, including Finance, IT, Strategic, Supply Chain, Manufacturing, Business Intelligence/Reporting and the Potpourri Track, which covers an array of subjects. Many of these sessions will be standing room only, so my advice is to plan out your agenda before arriving to Vegas to make sure that you get a chance to attend those sessions most important to you.

Outside of the classrooms, the Forum’s expo hall is building to support the active user community attending. The expo hall is a valuable opportunity to network with leading VARs and ISVs in the NAV community and to learn how they can help you leverage your investment in Microsoft Dynamics NAV. You can go online to view a complete list of exhibitors and get a head start on planning who you want to visit and what challenges you’re looking to solve by leveraging the expertise of partners. And while you’re on the exhibit floor, you’ll also have the opportunity to meet with the Microsoft team staffing the Microsoft Pavilion located at Booth #321.

Data Masons is proud to be a premier sponsor of this year’s event and we look forward to seeing you in Vegas. Stop by expo booth #325 to learn more about Data Mason’s Vantage Point EDI for Dynamics NAV solution that delivers cost-effective, quick to implement and customization-free EDI to meet your requirements. And we're excited to share with you some recent NAV client success stories, such as global shoe manufacturer FitFlop, who found the perfect fit for Microsoft Dynamics NAV with integrated EDI from Data Masons. You can also catch us during one of our Partner Showcases. Check the agenda for dates and times.

And don’t forget to follow @NAVUG on Twitter to stay up-to-date on Summit goings-on before, during and after the event.

See you in Vegas!

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