Welcome to the Webcasts section of MSDynamicsWorld.com. These webcasts have been developed by software vendors and are intended to provide guidance as you investigate products and deployment approaches for implementing Microsoft Dynamics software.

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Microsoft Dynamics NAV Financial Reporting in Excel (Recorded Webcast)

Learn how to export financial data from NAV to Microsoft Excel

The Power of Dynamics CRM and SharePoint Together for Customer Service Organizations (Recorded Webcast)

Showcasing some success stories we have created with our clients using Dynamics CRM and SharePoint

Microsoft Dynamics GP Integrations: Options and Strategies (Recorded Webcast)

In this presentation, Steve Endow, a Microsoft Dynamics GP MVP, discusses options for importing data into Microsoft Dynamics GP, as well as techniques for exporting Dynamics GP data for use by external systems. Steve will also share several strategies and techniques to help you design better, more reliable integrations with Dynamics GP.

Integrating Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013: Common project scenarios (Recorded Webcast)

Identifying the most common integration scenarios organizations face during an implementation of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013

Spotlight on Direct Materials Procure-to-Pay (Recorded Webcast)

Findings from ChainLink Research's survey of over 120 manufacturers about their direct materials P2P processes and practices

CRM and CEM: Two Sides of One Coin (Recorded Webcast)

CEM is getting increased coverage, with some authors going as far as suggesting it will replace CRM. So what is CEM? Is it CRM re-badged or something new? 

Six Things You Need to Know Before Deploying a Business Intelligence Solution (Recorded Webcast)

You are finally stable and all GL accounts are reconciled in Microsoft Dynamics AX. Now, how do you get useful information out of it to manage your business? 

Microsoft Power Query 101 (Recorded Webcast)

Learn how Power Query allows for easy use, amazing visualizations and it helps your data tell a story

What's Your Score as We Enter Q4? Leading a Digital Marketing Assessment with Microsoft Dynamics CRM (Recorded Webcast)

How well you finish your year will be strongly guided by what you do to assess your efforts and the plans you establish to ramp up your momentum

What About the Platform? Key considerations for your next Dynamics ERP upgrade

A new software release shouldn't be the only consideration when reviewing your Dynamics ERP upgrade plans. The supporting infrastructure of your solution plays heavily into how you address risks like downtime, performance, and integration with other systems. This year alone, two important supporting products are rolling off the support lifecycle: SQL Server 2008 went off mainstream support in July of 2014, and Windows Server versions 2003 and 2008 will roll off support in 2015.

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