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This free catered event is hosted onsite at Microsoft Canada – 1950 Meadowvale Blvd. Network, have a social drink and mingle as Microsoft Product Managers showcase the most innovative and game changing business technologies that exist. Can’t make it in-person? Join us live via the web!

Vox will demonstrate the following:

  1. How Microsoft’s ERP (Dynamics NAV) software will help your company become more efficient
  2. How Microsoft Dynamics CRM can grow your business
  3. How Power BI will control the processes and provide visibility.
To demonstrate the full capabilities of the Microsoft product stack, we will present directly from within the Microsoft software; you won’t find any PowerPoint slides here. We will be joined in-person by Jean Nielsen, Partner Sales Executive from Microsoft as well as Corey Hanson and Trevor Moore, Technical Partner Strategists for CRM and NAV respectively, live via web.


Who should attend? IT Business Professionals, Owners, Executives, Sales Managers, Plant/Warehouse/Project Managers, and anyone else interested in learning how Microsoft’s Technology can launch their business forward.


What you will learn:
  • What modern software looks like in 2016
  • Microsoft Dynamics NAV (ERP) capabilities
  • How to sell more using Microsoft Dynamics CRM and drive growth
  • Leveraging Social Media to empower your CSR
  • The Power of Power BI
  • Enabling Mobility
  • SharePoint
  • Learn how you may qualify to SAVE 60 cents on the dollar with Government Funding for your project (Implementation & Training)
  • How to implement Microsoft software
  • IT infrastructure and the Canadian Data Centre
Remember you don’t need to be in Mississauga to attend. All of our events are live streamed via WebEx. Click on the link at the top of the page to sign up for the live stream.


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