Working remotely with Microsoft Dynamics NAV & Business Central: The old and new secret weapon?

October 19 2018

The current IT era is defined by cloud computing. It is possible to push information into a virtual network of computers and receive results, with all of this wrapped into a service ready to be consumed. The modern work environment does not fully utilize the opportunities of cloud computing. Let's take a look at how to integrate remote work to better provide services.

Working remotely could be a serious alternative way to cope with the stressed job market in the Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Dynamics 365 Business Central world.

About Hannes Holst

Hannes Holst is a Dynamics NAV/365 Business Central freelancer with more than 13 years of hands-on experience. His involvement covers the full spectrum, including consulting and development of tailor-made modules and gold-certified industry solutions in various industries. He helps companies to prepare the business for future growth by adapting most of the standard functionality of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central into the company's processes.

"I always try to translate the (technical) world of Dynamics NAV and Business Central into a language that everyone can understand. Having all participants on the same level of understanding is a great foundation to create situations in which everyone wins."

Hannes also tries to convey Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning into the world of Dynamics 365 Business Central. Check out his blog for details and keep an eye out for 365 Saturday-events where he holds introduction sessions for Machine Learning.

Hannes has done work for Dynamics NAV and Business Central-projects in Germany, France, Denmark and the USA. Currently he is located in London, UK. In his free time, he studies Japanese and once or twice a year, he likes to run a marathon.

You can find more information about Hannes and his blog on his website http://www.hannesholst.com

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