Directions EMEA, which will be held in Prague on 12-14 October, will showcase Microsoft’s Project Madeira, a multi-tenant Azure-based public cloud service been built on Dynamics NAV.
Microsoft will deliver more than half of the conference content, highlighting how NAV partners can drive their revenues within the software-as-a-service enterprise resource planning space to target business with 10-99 employees.
Proving more information on Microsoft’s Cloud Software Provider Program, Directions EMEA will enable independent software vendors to gain insight into the engineering practices that will transform their solutions into cloud services.
Several sessions and workshops will explore productivity enhancements, including Dynamics NAV integration with Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Office 365, and workflow solutions.
“At this year’s conference almost 50 companies will promote their software solutions as sponsors,” said Christian Sega, chairman at Directions EMEA. “For this reason, Directions EMEA also acts as a marketplace for innovations, where partners can network and find software products which complement their offerings for customers.”
Directions EMEA brings together more than 500 companies from 47 countries, enabling members to share best practices and assist one another in cross-border projects. Over the past eight years, Directions EMEA has increased in number, drawing more than 1,300 attendees to last year's event in Mannheim, Germany. It is now the biggest Dynamics NAV conference on the globe.
This year in Prague, the event is likely to draw as many as 1,500 attendees, who will take part in more than 145 sessions delivered by Dynamics NAV and Microsoft experts.
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