Dynamic Communities, Inc. Announces AXUG Focus 2016
Microsoft Dynamics® AX User Conference to be held June 7-8, in Chicago Metro Area.
Tampa, FL: Dynamic Communities Inc., the supporting organization behind the official user group for Microsoft Dynamics® AX products, announces AXUG Focus in Schaumburg, IL. The conference will be held June 7-8, 2016 and is expected to attract hundreds of Dynamics AX professionals.
AXUG Focus offers the opportunity to completely submerge in one of three learning tracks Finance, BI & Reporting, and Technical, and come away with best practices, improved industry knowledge, and sharpened skills. AXUG Focus grew from the desire of Dynamics AX users to dig deeper on the topics most pertinent for success in the role/industry.
"Focus features 90 minute sessions that are all 300 to 400 level content and with that format, it allows for a deeper, stronger knowledge of those topic areas and use of the Dynamics AX product. These topics allow for a participant to cross over amongst the three tracks based on the learnings that they wish to accomplish." Heather Williams, AXUG Program Director.
Past Focus attendees concur with Williams. "AXUG Focus was a great supplement to the other resources AXUG offers," Nelson Brothers, Inc. Staff Member and AXUG Member. AXUG Focus also offers the opportunity to network with other Dynamics AX users in similar job roles, industry leaders, Microsoft MVPs, and subject matter experts.
Early bird registration is now open; visit www.axugfocus.com for pricing information. Members of AXUG receive additional discounts off of registration. Not an AXUG member? Join AXUG by visiting www.axug.com/join and join over 21,000 fellow Dynamics AX users from companies like Frontier Airlines, Starz Entertainment, and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway who are members of this rich, online community.
About Dynamic Communities, Inc: Dynamic Communities, Inc. (DCI) is the supporting organization behind the Dynamics AX User Group (AXUG®). Dynamic Communities is independent from Microsoft; however, its close working relationship positions its groups to be a collective voice to Microsoft on user concerns, needs, and requests.