Speaker: Joel Leichty |
(Note from Julie: I asked Joel to join us and share a what do CRM developers need to know about F&O session. Bring your questions!)
Join us at 9am PST
Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations, Enterprise Edition, is software for Accounting, Inventory, Warehousing, Retail, and Project management.
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About the presenter
Joel Leichty is a Business Solutions MVP since 2013 (https://joelleichty.com/). He has done implementations on D365FO since it was “Axapta 2.5” in 2002. He did Finance, Project, and Inventory consulting for ten years, and he currently focuses on building Products and Business Intelligence solutions for D365FO customers. He works for SAGlobal (http://www.saglobal.us/), an international firm specializing in Dynamics 365 implementations and running Dynamics 365 internally.
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