D365UG Birmingham – September 2019

I can’t believe the summer is almost over and we are busy planning our next Birmingham event! We’ll be hosting a fantastic evening of Dynamics 365 content in Birmingham on 25th Sept. All are welcome.


We’ll be at our now regular venue of the Wesleyan Building. The presentations will start at 7pm but we encourage you to arrive early between 6pm and 6:30pm. As you can then join us for some fantastic networking time and most importantly our famous free buffet!

Networking and amazing free food are all well and good but what can you expect to learn at our latest event. As always we love to cram in loads of great content…. meaning we have five great speakers and three awesome topics. (Details below.)

Spaces are limited so please register now on D365UG here or on meetup.com here.

What’s new in the Wave 2 update for Dynamics 365 & Power Platform?

Join @Andrew Bibby@Sophie Loor and @Craig Seymour for a look at the best bits coming in Wave 2 in October. I’m looking forward to this presentation as it is always essential for everyone working with Dynamics 365 to stay updated on the latest features. And these three experienced consultants are the ideal people to showcase what’s coming soon.

Product overview of ClickLearn

The guys from QGate will be on hand to give us an overview of ClickLearn, the awesome tool for creating e-learning materials and documentation for Dynamics 365. Training and documentation are important topics in any project but also topics that are often not given the time they deserve. I’m therefore excited to here about these new tools from QGate.

Dynamics 365 Portals in Action

@James Glover from Microsoft partner M-hance will be showcasing some examples of portals they have built in the not-for-profit sector that enable their customers to manage cases and documents. Last time Imtiaz gave us a great overview of Dynamics 365 portals, we received lots of feedback that people would like to learn more about portals. Therefore in this event James will showcase some examples of portals he’s created.

Spaces are limited so please register now on D365UG here or on meetup.com here.

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