The AX User Group Sees Big Benefits in Year Ahead from New Web Site, Use of Dynamics CRM

Two days before 2009 calendars become obsolete, the AX User Group, or AXUG, held an online year in review to encapsulate 2009's most noteworthy moments and planned endeavors for 2010.

"[The upcoming year] will bring significant expansions for the Dynamics user communities," said Dynamic Communities CEO Andy Hafer in a later interview. "The key leadership among the members has expanded to have a great cross-section of each community, including users from companies across industries, sizes, geographies, etc. This has allowed us to really hone the programming for each constituent. You will see expanded training courses, deeper content, more special interest groups and stronger collaboration with other communities, including Microsoft's Online Dynamics Community."


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