Happy Holidays: A Look Back at 2018

21 December 2018
KingswaySoft

Thank you for your support this year. We're taking a look at just how far we've come this year and planning for another great year ahead!


Using BIML with KingswaySoft SSIS Components

21 December 2018
Mohamed Abdalkarim

BIML can be used to automate the generation of multiple SSIS packages. In this blog post we will show you how you can utilize BIML when working with SSIS Integration Toolkit or SSIS Productivity Pack components.


Leveraging PowerApps with Microsoft Dynamics On-Premise

22 November 2018
Jessica Petta

Microsoft PowerApps offers users the ability to easily extend existing applications, however as a cloud-only offering, users with on-premise systems are limited on how much they are able to take advantage of PowerApps. Fortunately, there is any easy way around this using CDS integration.


Join us at Collaborate Canada 2018

31 October 2018
Jessica Petta

Register for Collaborate Canada to connect, learn, and share with the Microsoft Dynamics Community with 5 stops across the country this November.


V.20 of PASS Summit is One Week Away

30 October 2018
Jessica Petta

PASS Summit is the largest conference for for technical professionals who leverage the Microsoft Data Platform. KingswaySoft will be in attendance for v.20 of the conference being held in Seattle, WA on November 6-9, 2018.


Dynamics 365 Saturday Events

23 October 2018
Jessica Petta

Dynamics 365 Saturday are events held across the globe organized by the Microsoft Dynamics MVP community bringing local opportunities to the Dynamics community to learn and engage with leading experts in the field. KingswaySoft is a proud sponsor of many D365 Saturday events including upcoming Seattle and Stockholm events.


Countdown to Dynamic Communities User Group Summit 2018

10 October 2018
Jessica Petta

We are just a couple days away from Dynamic Communities' 2018 User Group Summit in Phoenix Arizona. Find us at booth 1053 to get your KingswaySoft swag items.


Simplify SSIS Lookup Development

25 September 2018
Jessica Petta

Performing lookups in SSIS can quickly lead to rather intricate data flow designs when developer's need to perform multiple lookups with various conditions. With Premium ADO.NET Destination lookup feature, development becomes much easier with a much simpler data flow to maintain saving significant development time now and in the future.

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