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.

Business Need

Why Now is Not the Time to Build Business Intelligence

Choosing the right Business Intelligence solution to complement the wealth of data in your ERP system is an important and difficult decision.  

Cost Accounting for Manufacturing with Microsoft Dynamics NAV: Strategies for Success

Fresh ideas on how to manage Dynamics NAV inventory and COGS challenges the right way

Release Evolution: The New Best Practices for Microsoft Dynamics CRM Release Management

The last 12 to 18 months have seen a rapid evolution of the best practices and toolsets for releasing Microsoft Dynamics CRM solutions, supporting data, and other elements like bug fixes. These new tools and best practices have changed the game in release management for Dynamics CRM, allowing teams to exercise better control over releases and improve the traceability and accountability of the release process.

Linking Dynamics AX and SharePoint to Create Your Own Document Management System

SharePoint features that you can take advantage of in conjunction with Dynamics AX to make your system even better

Self-Service BI for Microsoft Dynamics ERP with Excel and PowerPivot

An overview of the main features of PowerPivot for Excel, as well as a path toward building your first PowerPivot reports and KPIs.

What Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 will mean for the Enterprise customer

In this webcast, Barry Givens of Avanade and Pravin Kumar of Microsoft discuss how the upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 is likely to impact larger organizations. As Microsoft gets ready to release the long-anticipated Dynamics CRM 2013, learn what the highlights will mean for you.

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The Road to AP Serenity for Microsoft Dynamics Customers

For Microsoft Dynamics ERP customers, the key to taking your AP from chaos to calm is adopting strategic automation technologies for your invoice and payment processes.

Implementing BI: History Lessons, From Mainframe to Mobile

By examining the history of Business Intelligence, including its real results in business and government (yes the CIA!), we can take the lessons and apply them to current BI best practices.

Microsoft CRM 2013 Readiness: Support, Training, and Change Management

Begin preparing to manage critical upgrade decisions around Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Enterprise Architecture: What it Means for Manufacturers and Microsoft Dynamics AX

Discussing what Enterprise Architecture means for Manufacturers using Microsoft Dynamics AX, including a review the major mega-trends in the industry such as Cloud, Big Data, and mobility
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