Stoneridge Software Heading to Nashville for Dynamics User Group Summit 2017
The Stoneridge Software team is excited to be in on the action for Dynamic Communities User Group Summit 2017! Visit our sessions or stop by to visit with our team at booth #324 at the Expo. Ask our experts a question and register to win a pair of Bose wireless earbuds. We’re giving a pair away each day!
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Sessions presented by the team at Stoneridge Software:
Wednesday, October 11
9:15 a.m. – Dynamics AX 2012 In Depth Session for the System Administrator, Technical Architect Catherine McDade
In this session, we will dig deep into the ways Dynamics AX configuration and ongoing maintenance can positively impact your system performance. We will also explore the configuration, code management and deployment process using Team Foundation Server (TFS) and share some best practices you can incorporate into your infrastructure. Finally, we will review user security in your AX 2012 environment in terms of approach, methodology and configuration steps.
10:15 a.m. – Creating a Great Place to Work in the Digital Age, CEO Eric Newell
Join 12-time Best Place to Work winner for a discussion about the key ingredients to building a great workplace that takes advantage of today’s technology. As technology evolves, companies are getting things done at a faster pace than ever before. How do you adapt this frenetic change to your organization’s culture, increasing employee engagement, retention and boost productivity?
1:30 p.m. – Death by Financial Dimension in Dynamics AX 2012 and Beyond
Do I really need Customer to be a financial dimension? Why am I still doing Business Unit financials in Excel? Shouldn’t financial dimensions be my silver bullet for all y BI problems? In this session, we will explore traditional best practices and rules of thumb for the chart of accounts and financial dimension design as well as some more slightly creative approaches. An example-driven presentation will illustrate how to find the right balance between not enough information and death by financial dimension. And who says finance can’t be a little dangerous?
4:00 p.m. – Taking a New Approach to Dynamics AX 2012 Security, Technical Architect Catherine McDade
Did you know there is more than one way to configure security in Dynamics AX 2012? In this session, we will review the available set-up options. We’ll teach you how you can use a Business Process Hierarchy or the Business Process Modeler (from LCS) and tools like Task Recorder to create security objects that match your business processes. Finally, we will show you how to use security objects to create security roles unique to your organization and reconfigure security in an existing implementation.
Thursday, October 12
8:00 a.m. – An Introduction to Development in Dynamics AX 2012, Development Team Lead David Boll
If you have never performed development in Dynamics AX 2012 but want to learn about the most basic, essential components of development in this environment, this session is for you. We will show you how to create a simple table, list form, menu item, and privilege as well as how to add a menu item.
2:30 p.m. – Dynamics AX Security Roundtable, Technical Architect Catherine McDade
Bring your security questions and concerns and speak to a group of experts, share your information and knowledge with others and enjoy an hour packed session with open discussions on Security and Dynamics AX.
Friday, October 13
3:30 p.m. – Dynamics NAV – Trends in 3D Manufacturing, Solution Architect Scott Frappier
Incorporating 3D printing into your manufacturing operations is suddenly a very real option which needs to be considered. Companies of all sizes are leveraging this technology to re-define product design and testing, and innovating their products to be true market differentiators. Join us for this primer on re-thinking your production and hear about real examples fo this capability in action.
We’re looking forward to a great week of learning and networking at Summit 2017 and can’t wait to see you there!