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Join us for an introduction to building with the Power Apps component framework (PCF). PCF empowers professional developers and app makers to create code components for model-driven and canvas apps to provide an enhanced user experience for the users to work with data on forms, views, and dashboards.
We take a deep look at what Impostor Syndrome is, how and why it happens, and what you can do to help combat its effects.
Presented by @Shushma MohitlalA comprehensive demonstration of Geo-Analytics within Dynamics 365 to extract location insights from CRM data using Bing Maps which helps to increase salesperson productivity through optimized map routing, turn by turn navigation with Google Maps and Waze App, distribution and planning of appointments, defining and aligning territories based on location, searching location in proximities, improving area of service, enhancing localized marketing by campaigns, locational business insights with Heat Maps, shape file integration, analyzing Census Data and increasing responsiveness of services team through location planning and mobility using the power of Maplytics™, a CfMD preferred solution for Dynamics 365 & PowerApps.By registering for this ISV Solution Showcase, you agree to be contacted by this partner regarding their products and/or services#ISVShowcase
This session is focused on the education of administering, adopting, and promoting the Power BI platform for an Enterprise solution. The overall success for an enterprise using Power BI comes not just from the skilled Power BI champions but how Power BI is deployed to an organization and maintained. Session topics include: adopting a framework for your BI team to govern & manage content in Power BI; utilizing workspaces for BI collaboration and organization of report content; creating a Power BI admin team who maintains and defines the intent of workspace environments; establish naming conventions for content (dashboards, reports) for end users; methods to help support and educate end users to adopt Power BI; and creating a internal BI support site.
Shayne Higdon leads the mid-market for High Radius; a former BMC exec that joined the company with a focus on helping mid market companies save money/make money with High Radius automation solutions. We discuss how High Radius has been enabling mid-market companies to save serious cash through AR Automation and Treasury solutions that are delighting the office of the CFO. In this unscripted and straight to the point chat, Dynamic Communities CEO John Siefert gets real with Higdon in how the RadiusOne solutions are literally reducing manual labor through the finance department so that talent can be applied to more strategic initiatives. To connect with Shayne and the High Radius team, tap here to request a discovery call, schedule a demo or simply ask him and the team questions regarding your business.
Azure Spatial Anchors is a cross-platform developer service that allows you to create mixed reality experiences using objects that persist their location across devices over time. This enables developers to build apps that map, designate and recall precise points of interest that are accessible across HoloLens, iOS and Android devices. It allows people in the same place to participate in multi-user mixed reality applications.
As part of the Community Response Series, Learn the pros and pitfalls of having remote service delivery and how to keep your remote teams engaged and energized.
When your company is getting ready to implement Dynamics 365, what should you do to prepare? We discuss ways to get ready and what to expect.
An insightful article by CIO Dive on how companies are prioritizing skills over degrees for many IT roles. Studies are finding many of the critical technical knowledge needed for certain IT roles is not covered in the classroom.
Join a panel of experts as they share their favorite tools for working with Dynamics 365. This will provide the basics you need to get started using XrmToolBox and share how they use it. Other helpful tools for administrators will also be discussed. Bring your favorite tips to share. There will be plenty of time for questions about these tools and discussion on tasks that you would like a better way to handle.
AI is everywhere – and now even included in Power BI. Sometimes AI might be very apparent when you enrich your data with predictions by explicitly calling an Azure Machine Learning webservice in Power Query. Sometimes it might by hidden in a nice little context menu when Power BI is automagically explaining the reason of a difference or a change over time in your data to you. No matter if you are a business user, analyst or data scientist – Power BI has AI capabilities tailored to you. In this session we will cover how you can integrate and leverage the use of language R, how to integrate an Azure Machine Learning Service when loading data, what kind of insights Power BI is capable of delivering automatically, how you can create a complex new column without typing a single formula/function, how you can explore your data by asking questions in plain English, ... and more! Sounds like a lot of content? I omitted most of the slides in favour to spend the time in live demos instead. Come in this session to learn how you can enrich you very own Business Intelligence with Artificial Intelligence and make the step up from Power BI to Power AI.
Every purchasing manager’s dream is to have NAV/BC tell you what to buy and when. You want to keep inventory low and meet your customer demand just in time with the right product in the right location. This is possible with Material Resource Planning (MRP) in NAV/BC, but you need to take the right approach to implementing this powerful tool. In this session, we’ll review basic replenishment methods and how to configure item/sku properties to get MRP making reasonable and useful suggestions.
Get a quick hit list of some of the favorite tips customers brought back to the office to implement right away! Overall system tips, training and troubleshooting hints, financial/AP/AR tips, and reconciliation techniques for all users will be covered. Attend this webinar to find a potpourri of tips to share with your co-workers. (Recorded in 2018)
Learn and examine the advanced functionality in Power Query with a series of case studies based on problems seen in the field with our consulting clients.
Data in the real world is messy, never available in the exact form that users need for their analysis or reports. Data Analysts need to spend a significant amount of their time working on data preparation, before the data is ready to be visualized. Power Query integration in Power BI Desktop provides a best-in-market experience for importing, reshaping and combining data from a wide range of data sources. In this session, we will teach you everything you need to know in order to start leveraging these capabilities and taking your reports to the next level. (Recorded 04/2019)
As a senior executive or CIO, how can you assure yourself that artificial intelligence (AI) or machine learning (ML)-derived recommendations are reasonable and flow logically from the project work that has been performed? While you want to be supportive and encouraging of your team’s work, you don’t want to be misled inadvertently and you want to confirm that the data science team hasn’t misled itself.
The Centric Self-Service Scheduling Portal is a custom SaaS solution for self-service scheduling utilizing Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement. This solution leverages a public portal in which prospective customers can schedule appointments with available personnel. Since this custom solution is built within Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement, the ability to use automated reminders, emails, tasks, and analytics associated with the self scheduling process requires minimal custom code.
There are always new features that are introduced by Microsoft in their productivity tools that, at this point, can warrant a monthly status update about what's new and what's changed. This one I feel deserves extra attention. If you share a PowerPoint presentation during a Teams Meeting, this one will make your life better. When you are ready to present, instead of sharing your screen as usual, choose the PowerPoint option! If your PowerPoint has audio or video to play, check the "include computer sound”, then choose from either the suggested PowerPoint option (usually the one you worked on most recently) or Browse.Selecting Browse gives you the option to find it and upload it from your computer or OneDrive.Figure 1 – Choosing computer sound preference in the PowerPoint option in Microsoft TeamsAfter this, you will be greeted with the view in Figure 2: Figure 2 – Selecting a presentation to display in the PowerPoint option in Microsoft TeamsThis is the main screen your participants will see.Here you can see your slides and click through them to display on the main screen.If you added notes to the slide, they will appear in this section. This only visible to the presenter, not the participants. No need to reference and handwrite your notes!You can also use these arrows to navigate the presentation backwards and forwards. This section is visible to both you and the participants. Because this section is available to everyone, you have two options for how you want this presentation to go.The Free mode or the Default mode is represented by this icon: Your participants can use the < > button to skip ahead or go back to any slide. This does not affect anyone else's view.For the Guided mode, you can click the icon, which will then look like this: In this mode, your presenters can see what number slide they are on (slide 1, etc.) but are unable to use < > to navigate the presentation.Both methods have their uses, so it’s up to you to determine how you want your presentation to go. I hope this was informative and helps you bring your A++ game when conducting presentations on Microsoft Teams.If you need assistance with any Microsoft productivity tool, ArcherPoint can help! Learn more about our Managed IT Services and contact ArcherPoint to start the conversation.
Attendees will learn: • A method for working together as a team to continuously discover metrics that will change behavior, improve the customer experience, and lift the bottom line • Where adoption metrics overlap with performance metrics - and how to use both to drive change • The difference between descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive analytics - and when to use each • Simple analytics techniques to segment your customers for differentiated treatment
Peter Joeckel joins John Siefert to shed some light on why he feels so many ERP implementations have been doomed from the beginning. With a focus on making sure the business strategy and technology execution are in sync, the sales process vs the purchase realities and the issues with integration, Peter gives an unscripted POV. Learn more about Peter by checking out his DAC profile page and stay tuned for part two of this podcast, and learn about his company, HandsFree ERP and schedule a discovery call to connect with him directly.