User Group Summit Europe 2019 Preview: Choosing a path with Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations

February 13 2019

Microsoft Dynamics 365 and AX partners and users are set to converge in Amsterdam in March for User Group Summit Europe. André Arnaud de Calavon, Microsoft MVP, solution architect, and blogger, is presenting at the event and shared details about his involvement in helping to organize User Group Summit Europe 2019.

Editor's Note: MSDynamicsWorld.com is a media sponsor of User Group Summit Europe 2019 and will be providing preview coverage of the events.

Growing the event, translations and Flow

André Arnaud De CalavonThe early spring will be a busy time for Arnaud de Calavon, with back-to-back commitments in Amsterdam, first at the partner-focused eXtreme365 event and then User Group Summit Europe. He explained that he started off 2019 by dedicating a day a week to blogging and preparing for the events.

I thought this year let's do something different than other years. Usually I would love to talk about the security and areas which are both technical and functional. It's not highly functional or fully technical, but I decided to do a presentation about Dynamics Translation Service on LCS. Microsoft is doing a general session on what it is and I will do more of a demo of how to use it and how to achieve really good translations for Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations products. In fact, my experience with translations goes back to 1999 doing [work] with an ISV product. It's time now to do a session about [how attendees] can use it as a customer or as an ISV to manage international implementations.

He added that he is also excited to offer two other sessions at the event:

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