Posted By: Dennis Bruce /
Having satisfied our ‘technical fix’ at the recent Microsoft Industry Summit and Technical Conference, we’re ready to take on Envision 2016, April 4th – 6th in New Orleans. While Envision introduces a huge shift away from the more product-focused Convergence events, like it or not, we’re looking forward to the camaraderie that awaits as we all attend as first-time goers. Despite our products or industries of interest, whether customer or partner, or our years of Convergence history, we’re starting the Envision journey together.
With the session catalog published late last week, we’re now getting a better look at Microsoft’s content strategy to kickoff this journey for the targeted business, sales and technology leader audeince. Envision’s agenda offers State of the Industry, Business-challenge specific, Leadership, Industry specific and Product specific sessions (including the entire Dynamics portfolio, but also Azure IoT Suite, Delve, Bing, Skype for Business, Power BI, etc.).
Data Masons is proud to be a sponsor of this inaugural event and we’re excited to complement the educational track with our expertise on building and executing a successful EDI strategy. We’ll be on-hand in the Envision expo to help you explore Dynamics EDI solutions that can help you improve organizational productivity, automate critical business processes, and ensure security and compliance for your organization. Visit Data Masons during the expo hours and evening reception on Monday, April 4th, 11:00 – 7:00PM and on Tuesday April 5th, 10:00AM – 7:00PM.
If you would like to schedule a meeting with the Data Masons team at Envision, please email or call us at 866-575-1631. We look forward to talking with you about the operational and financial advantages of implementing a Certified for Microsoft Dynamics EDI solution and how your organization can execute a winning EDI strategy.
We also invite you to read the the executive brief, "Top 10 Mistakes to Avoid When Selecting an EDI solution," for an in-depth discussion on which mistakes can derail an EDI implementation.