Alex will be sharing his experience and knowledge on the advantages of Microsoft Dynamics 365 in four sessions. His primary goal is to help people become proactive in avoiding mistakes in licensing and security.
Dynamics 365 F&O Licensing, Upgrades, Costs and More (Part 2):
In this session, Alex will talk about licensing differences for Dynamics 365 F&O. Additionally, he will cover how to get an accurate estimate for an upgrade and discuss costs for upfront plus ongoing. This session will go over all topics related to how to get from AX 2012 or older into the Dynamics 365 F&O license model.
Common D365FO Security Mistakes and How to Avoid Them:
In this session, we will demonstrate real-world common D365FO security mistakes that customers make. Also, we will discuss why these actions can introduce risk into your organization. Then, we will show what steps you can take to either fix the issue or how to avoid it altogether. Topics will include security mistakes made during implementation as well as ongoing maintenance problems that companies fail to perform.
How to Save Your Company Money with D365FO User Licensing:
Do you find user licensing in D365FO confusing? Do you second guess the number and type of licenses you need? Are you worried you are overpaying for licenses? In this session, we will help you answer all of these and more about user licensing. For instance, we will cover the process Microsoft uses for determining licensing requirements and the impact that security has on licensing. Furthermore, we will go over steps you can take to ensure your company is not over-paying on licensing and save your company money.
F&O Integration Roundup:
In this session, we’ll discuss each available integration technology. We will give a high-level overview of how to use Dynamics 365 F&O. For example, this will include the pros and cons of each approach. Finally, we will cover how to select a technology for integration and how that technology is best used.
Alex is looking forward to attending Summit because he wants to see some old friends and provide as much insight as possible to the community.