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Welcome to Convergence Day Three. Yesterday’s keynote and general session were phenomenal, with great attendance, enthusiasm and some exciting customer stories and news about Microsoft Dynamics NAV. Let’s

The General Session was loaded with information and inspiration. We saw some great demos, videos, examples of new functionality and learned how customers are using Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013. We also learned more details about the expected June 2013 availability of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 hosted on Windows Azure through partners.  And, we were given a peek under the hood of what to expect in the upcoming Sicily release scheduled for later this calendar year. Finally, the General Session unveiled a really awesome Convergence offer to try Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 on Azure for a limited time – for free! Exciting! In short, the future looks great for Microsoft Dynamics NAV!

That was yesterday. Today, there are plenty of opportunities to focus on your business with Microsoft Dynamics NAV. Consider attending these or any of the many sessions available today:

  • Using Microsoft Dynamics NAV & Microsoft Office 365: CSNAV10
  • RoleTailoring Practices & Principles for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 CSNAV15
  • Plus any one of these sessions to help you learn how to run your daily business more efficiently with Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013, such as Supply Planning & Inventory Visualizations, Assembly Management, Cash Flow Forecast and Cost Accounting.

You can also take part in an Interactive Discussion, a Deep Dive Session, or one of the many exciting Microsoft Dynamics NAV-focused sessions between now and 6 pm.

Or grab a seat, put up your feet and try one of the virtual Hands-on Labs. Launch a lab anytime – during the day or night, on your own machine or on the onsite Communications Kiosks. To launch a lab, visit the Convergence website, login to My Convergence, and utilize Schedule Builder to locate the labs of your choice.



The Microsoft Dynamics NAV Team

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