Be part of a thriving Customer Engagement tech community at eXtreme365 Austin (Dec. 3-6)

By |2018-11-15T16:11:41+00:00November 15th, 2018|Austin, Blog, Customer Engagement, MS Partner, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Are you pursuing speed-of-knowledge on Microsoft Business Applications workstreams, the Power platform and ISV products?

That’s where eXtreme365 Austin, Dec. 3-6 in Austin, Texas can help.

• Certification Exam Preparation Courses: Walk away from eXtreme365 ready to pass your exam and stay Gold or Silver certified. Our sought-after trainers are community experts and MVPs who have passed the exams themselves. See the list of courses for Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement and Finance & Operations HERE (Registration is included in the conference fee.)
• Training on Portals and ISV Products: Attend training on some of the most popular ISV solutions, including ClickDimensions’ marketing automation, Resco mobility, and ClickLearn learning portals. More information HERE. (Registration is included in the conference fee.)
• Expanded content: Learn from real-world examples across the entire Business Application product line, including Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations, Customer Engagement, Business Central and the Power platform.
Browse the progressive session agenda and here’s just a SAMPLE of what’s offered for Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement technical roles like yours:

Developers

• Microsoft Power Platform: Microsoft R&D Update
• Microsoft Power Platform Q&A. Get your Questions Answered!
• Security in Power BI for Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement
• Integrate PowerApps into Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement
• Analyzing Data in Real-Time with Azure Stream Analytics and Power BI
• Buttonizing Dynamics 365 CE with Microsoft Flow
• Dynamics 365 and TypeScript: Increase your Developer Productivity
• PowerApps Data Integration with Virtual Entities: Understand, Build, Know When to Use
• ALM Practices for Building Common Data Service Products and Solutions
• IP Solution Envisioning for Dynamics 365 (F&O, CE, Power Platform)
• 10 Tips to Plan for a Successful D365 Portals Project
• Dataflow for CDS: Architecture around Power BI and Dynamics 365
• Power up Productivity and Quality by Using XrmToolBox
• Five Ways to Improve Quality and Productivity of your Development
• No More Plugin-Traces! XrmMockup Tests and Debugs Plugins, Workflows and Security Locally
• Best Practices and Tips – Architect the Right Common Data Service Integration
• AppSource Onboarding Advice for those Building on the Power Platform (CE and Power Platform)
• Discover the Microsoft Health, EDU and Non-Profit Accelerators and put them into Action
• No-code Hacks You Didn’t Think Were Possible!
Solution Architects & Consultants
• Microsoft Power Platform: Microsoft R&D Update
• Microsoft Power Platform Q&A. Get your Questions Answered!
• Security in Power BI for Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement
• Portals for Dynamics 365: Demos of New Features & Most Requested Custom Features
• How to Deploy, Configure and Use Universal Resource Scheduling
• Increase your CRM Implementation Success by Using the Capacity Maturity Model.
• Elevate your Dynamics-Driven Contact Center to the Cloud
• ALM Practices for Building Common Data Service Products and Solutions
• PowerApps Data Integration with Virtual Entities: Understand, Build, Know When to Use – Customer Engagement
• Integrate PowerApps into Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement – Customer Engagement
• Increase your CRM Implementation Success by using the Capacity Maturity Model
• 10 Tips to Plan for a successful D365 Portals Project
• Customer Engagement MVP Best Practice Showcase for Consultants
• Microsoft Dynamics Talent: At the Centre of Everything
• Get Dynamics 365 Flowing using Microsoft Flow!
• Buttonizing Dynamics 365 CE with Microsoft Flow
• Deploying and Configuring Dynamics 365 for Marketing
• Best Practices and Tips – Architect the Right Common Data Service Integration
• Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Marketing versus ClickDimensions: What are the Right Use Cases?
• Insights and LinkedIn Demystified: Know When to Use One or the Other
• Not Qualified for Microsoft FastTrack? Alternate Strategies for Moving your On-premises Dynamics 365 to Online
• No-code Hacks You Didn’t Think Were Possible!

Discounted registration expires Friday, November 23
As another a busy year for the Dynamics 365 partner community comes to a close, set your 2019 up for success. Register for eXtreme365 Austin now to save $300 on your registration.

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 partners have more opportunities than ever to succeed and grow by building and delivering solutions that help customers. At eXtreme365, partners can learn about those opportunities and give feedback about working with Microsoft. If participating in high-quality leadership and learning sessions, and networking with peers and Microsoft is important, I encourage you to attend eXtreme365.”
– Cecilia Flombaum, Lead, One Commercial Partner strategy and implementation
As a partner who has attended eXtreme conferences since 2012, I have always received great value from joining the conference. The eXtreme experience is unique, as it is 100% dedicated to Microsoft Dynamics and the Intelligent Business Cloud and delivers content that adds value in the real world. This real life perspective equips me to be more successful in helping my customers and growing my business. I also find it’s a fantastic place to connect with ISVs”
– Felix Robitaille, XRM Vision
eXtreme365 offers tremendous opportunity for learning through in-depth sessions on Dynamics 365 and the Intelligent Business Cloud platform. With new ISV solutions and expanding platform capabilities it’s critical for the technical community and business leadership to keep informed. The expert instruction at eXtreme365 and ability for one-on-one dialogue with Microsoft and other experts in the ecosystem is invaluable.
– Gert Vonck, Chief Dreamer, Appfie

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