We’ve been conditioned since the age of two or three to accept our first day anywhere is daunting. Funnily enough, some of the challenges we are confronted with at three and at forty-three, aren’t all that different. They include learning names, knowing where to sit and knowing the policy on when you can eat lunch. However, as we ‘grow up’ and enter professional environments it’s fair to say we become much more perceptive, perhaps because we have the option to run for the door. On our first day, we take early readings on whether our new start is a triumph... or the first stepping stone on the path to epic disaster. Sometimes we’re proven wrong, sometimes we aren’t, but first impressions always count. So how can you ensure your business makes a great one?
Roughly two years after its initial launch as a native cloud service, Microsoft’s Dynamics 365 ERP software suite seems to be finding its stride. At the company’s annual Inspire conference, Microsoft reported that there are now roughly 100,000 monthly active users on the Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations (D365FO) cloud ERP suite. Microsoft also reported that they, with the assistance of their partner channel, have grown the customer base to over 2,100 customers after year two, with over 600 of these clients using the system in production.
Are you struggling to weed through all the emails to figure out the RIGHT Microsoft Dynamics 365 conference to attend this year? Join the club. With so many options it is difficult to decide where to spend not only the time but the expense. Whether you’re looking to attend one of Microsoft’s flagship conferences, or one of the countless user groups, you’re bound to have specific criteria to suit your needs in 2018.
Transform your Human Capital Management and deliver high-impact, sustainable results.
Attract the right talent, help your team succeed.
As someone in HR, you know that the role of Human Resource has changed in today’s digital workplace. Gone are the days of finding the right job candidate with that certain set of skills and experience – today, it is about finding the right experience, skills AND the right fit for the company culture. HR is no longer a department that functions in a transactional manner. Today’s HR business unit needs to align with the business imperatives and deliver innovative talent solutions.