Program and Project Management | BI and Reporting
It's time to realize the true promise of a role-tailored interface for your users. We will start with how end-users can personalize their list pages, ribbons, and navigation pane. Next we will show how to customize the Role Center in configuration mode. We'll walk through a detailed demonstration of how to use the Dynamics NAV development environment to modify the ribbon and few other useful settings. You'll also see a demonstration on how to customize activity cues to gain greater insight into your business. This session is targeted to the super-user that wants to customize the user interface as much as possible without a developer's license.
Tri Star Metals, LLC
I initially started working with Microsoft Dynamics NAV right after the release of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0 SP1. I have progressed through the subsequent versions. I have worked as an implementation consultant for Sikich, Insource, and Solution Systems. I have completed multiple implementations, upgrades and various projects for clients. I have worked as an ERP Manager for Chicago Powdered Metal Products. I am currently working as the ERP Manager for Tri Star Metals. Tri Star Metals went live on NAV 2015 on February 1, 2017. On June 5, 2017 we went live on a technical upgrade to 2017. Prior to Microsoft discontinuing their certification program, I completed all the non development Microsoft Dynamics NAV certifications. In addition, I completed all of the Microsoft Dynamics CRM certifications. I am also SQL Server certified for 2008 and 2012.
Thursday, October 12
8:00 AM – 9:00 AM
Friday, October 13
8:30 AM – 9:30 AM