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Extend your Finance & CRM operations at Dynamics Day

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Extend your Finance & CRM operations at Dynamics Day

AUCKLAND, 5 July, 2011 - Intergen’s highly successful Dynamics Day conference will be held at Auckland’s Rendezvous Hotel on Wednesday 10 August. Now in its third year, and in Auckland for the first time, the free conference focuses on helping businesses get more out of their existing ERP and CRM systems.

Microsoft Asia Pacific Directors Rajeepan Raguneethan and Jasbir Singh, and Microsoft New Zealand Managing Director Paul Muckleston, will deliver the event’s keynote presentation, looking at how Microsoft Dynamics’ future direction is adapting to evolving business trends.

Local case studies from Sealord, MedRecruit and Spectrum Care will show how those organisations have achieved significant benefits from their implementations.

Topics will span Microsoft Dynamics AX, NAV and CRM suites, including a first-look at Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012, and the impact of business intelligence, mobile solutions and cloud computing on ERP and CRM operations.

New this year is the Experts Lounge, where delegates will be able to get hands-on with new features on actual Microsoft Dynamics installations and even troubleshoot specific business problems with Intergen experts.

“Dynamics Day has grown to become an important event on the calendar for CFOs and managers who run their operations with Microsoft Dynamics,” said Simon Bright, Chief Operating Officer at Intergen. “This is a great opportunity for organisations using Microsoft Dynamics to get some detailed insight into current trends and future releases, and to hear directly from Microsoft about the direction of Microsoft Dynamics.”

Over 150 delegates are expected to attend the conference. To register visit www.intergen.co.nz/dynamicsday.

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About Intergen

Intergen is New Zealand’s largest dedicated Microsoft solutions provider, with more than 290 staff delivering information technology solutions across Australasia and the world. Its key offerings include portals, content and collaboration solutions, web strategy and delivery, user experience design, Microsoft Dynamics financial and relationship management, custom software development, management consulting and hosting services.


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