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AXUG Summit: Connections As Important as Microsoft Dynamics AX Education, Board Member Believes

by Linda Rosencrance
Contributing Writer, MSDW

Paul Martin of AXUGFor Paul Martin, like many of his peers, AXUG Summit is all about the networking.

Martin started working with Microsoft Dynamics AX as a user in 2004. He attended the very first Summit in the same year. He was a member of the Dynamics AX User Group (AXUG) for several years, leaving when he became a consultant for a VAR. In 2014, when he went to work for Tempur Sealy, Martin rejoined the group and the board.

Martin talked to about AXUG Summit 2016, which starts on October 11, and the importance of making connections with other users.

MSDW: What is your involvement with AXUG and AXUG Summit?

Paul Martin: I've been involved since the first Summit. I immediately got involved because I thought it was such a great organization and was fulfilling such a need. I joined the AXUG board of advisors after the first Summit. I stayed there for roughly three years and led tracks all three of those years until I went to consulting.

I'm back now working for Tempur Sealy and was asked to rejoin the board and gladly did so. I'm on the board of advisors, I'm on the planning committee, I'm a co-chapter leader in the Carolinas chapter. I'm also on the AX forums daily, helping to answer questions where I can. So I have a lot of involvement with AXUG. l volunteer and it's a great organization to be able to volunteer on and be able help drive forward Dynamics.

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About Linda Rosencrance

Linda Rosencrance is a freelance writer/editor in the Boston area. Rosencrance has over 25 years experience as an reporter/investigative reporter, writing for many newspapers in the metropolitan Boston area. Rosencrance has been writing about information technology for the past 16 years.

She has covered a variety of IT subjects, including Microsoft Dynamics, mobile security issues such as data loss prevention, network management, secure mobile app development, privacy, cloud computing, BI, big data, analytics, HR, CRM, ERP, and enterprise IT.

Rosencrance is the author of six true crime books for Kensington Publishing Corp.