Being part of the Community Summit each year is truly special for us. It’s more than just a sponsorship; it’s our way of getting closer to the community, really diving into their needs, and figuring out how we can best serve users with our knowledge and expertise. 

It’s not just about what we can do for you, but also about truly understanding your organization’s goals, inside and out, and seeing where we can help you elevate your business. 

Each year we take our commitment to the Dynamics community up a notch. This year, our top consultants and practice managers brought their first-class ideas and skills to share with users. In addition, we sponsored the highly anticipated Women in Technology Panel and Reception for the third year in a row. As a woman-owned company, diversity and inclusion are incredibly important to us. Microsoft’s focus on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (D.E.I.) aligns perfectly with our core values, especially those of our “CoPilot” and President, Jennifer Harris. Jennifer is a strong advocate for women and underrepresented communities, both professionally and personally. That’s why we were so excited to have her speak on the Women in Tech panel, inspiring women on mentorship and allyship.  

As a Microsoft Partner, our goal isn’t just to connect with the community but also to ensure you stay relevant and competitive. We do this by keeping you in the loop about the latest industry innovations and trends. So, we’re eager to share the key trends from this year’s Community Summit: 

Copilot: A Game-Changer for Dynamics 365

At the heart of the Summit, Mike Morton’s presentation showcased the transformative power of Copilot in Dynamics 365, Microsoft 365, and Power Platform. The keynote expanded on critical areas such as BC’s performance, security, business continuity, disaster recovery, and core financial and reporting updates. This shows just how much Microsoft is investing their resources and efforts into Business Central.  

ISVs Focus on AI

The Summit revealed that many Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) are investing in AI and tailoring their products to integrate their AI tool seamlessly with Dynamics 365 solutions. We believe in AI and looking forward to the release of Copilot in Microsoft 365 on November 1, 2023 and the Dynamics 365 solutions later this year. 

Continuous Learning and Innovation for BC and CE Users

Today’s Business Central (BC) and Customer Engagement (CE) users are eager to maximize their software’s potential. They seek partners who can help them harness new features and explore innovative ways to utilize these evolving systems.  

From GP and NAV to the Cloud

The Summit unveiled a common desire among GP and NAV users: transitioning to the cloud. However, many are missing a clear roadmap, unsure of where to start or how to prepare. Whether your migration is happening within the next year, three years, or five years, it’s crucial to plan. This way, you can establish a budget, allocate resources and time for a smoother migration process.

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Work with a Trusted Partner  

Finding an ideal partner for your GP or NAV migration to Business Central is pivotal. With over 35 years of experience in navigating cloud migrations, TMC has the experience and skills needed for a smooth (yes, we mean it) transition. TMC offers a unique First-Class Experience, ensuring that you’re not just another client but a valued partner. Our commitment is reflected in: 

First-Class Services: Experience premier service with the RIGHT SIZE partner. We prioritize your individual needs, so you’ll feel that “first-class feeling” from the moment you join us. 

First-Class Culture: We’re large enough to deliver the expertise you need and small enough to care. Our dedication extends to our clients, our team, and our mutual success. 

First-Class Results: Our team is proactive and committed to diagnosing your evolving requirements. Let us be the Copilot of your software journey, ensuring your BUSINESS’S GROWTH.