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Microsoft Dynamics ERP Financial Reporting: Solving Problems with Management Reporter and Forecaster

An overview of the latest functionality of Microsoft's industry standard reporting tools for Dynamics ERP, Management Reporter and Forecaster.

How to Become a Microsoft Dynamics CRM Master: Training Resources, Certification Path, and More

Exploring the communities, resources, and training tools in the Dynamics CRM universe

Introduction to ODATA Web Services: How to easily publish your Microsoft Dynamics NAV data to the world

How you can use OData with NAV 2013 to access your data from many other applications like Excel, SQL Reporting Services, Internet Explorer, smartphones and tablets.

Document Management Vendor Shootout - Fall 2012 Webcast Series

A first hand look at top document management and enterprise content management (ECM) solutions in the Microsoft Dynamics ecosystem

BI and Reporting Vendor Shootout - Fall 2012

A first-hand look at top BI solutions in the Microsoft Dynamics ecosystem

CRM Webcast Series Vendor Showcase - Fall 2012

Discover top solutions in the Microsoft Dynamics CRM ecosystem that can offer serious value to your organization

Where Does Your Organization Belong on the BI Spectrum?

A look at the different types of BI tools available to Dynamics ERP customers, as well as some key points on how to maximize your BI investment.

One Enterprise System: Gain Efficiencies by Integrating Microsoft Dynamics ERP with Dynamics CRM

Assessing the benefits of combining Dynamics CRM with existing Dynamics ERP solutions.

Manufacturing Best Practices for Microsoft Dynamics AX

Examining the state of manufacturing capabilities in Dynamics AX 2012

The Workflow Landscape in 2012: ERP, CRM, and Enterprise Content Management

Workflow capabilities are popping up within almost every enterprise product, but what's the right approach for your business?
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