Dynamics 365 Saturday Events

23 October 2018
Jessica Petta

Dynamics 365 Saturday organizes free local events for Dynamics 365, CRM and ERP professionals, technical consultants, and developers.

Launched in the UK initially branded as CRM Saturday, Dynamics 365 Saturday has quickly grown and now includes events all over the globe which are organized by Microsoft Dynamics Community MVPs. As the name suggests the events are typically held on a Saturday (though some events may occur on a Friday) and include technical and strategy sessions, as well as opportunities to network and gain insights from industry experts. One of the great benefits of these events is the opportunity for Dynamics professionals to engage and learn from these industry experts. Session speakers are experts in their field presenting sessions that address real world problems and their experiences in overcoming them.

The Dynamics 365 Saturday has a team of leads in cities around the globe who each help plan and organize an event for their city. Each event includes sessions with leading experts to help attendees learn new skills while promoting best practices. The events offer deep dive seminar and sessions addressing CRM/ERP/Digital Transformation, Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement, Dynamics 365 Operations & Finance, XRM Platform/Open Source Solutions, and Customer experience/productivity/business processes. Bootcamps may also be included into the event to provide users with hands on workshops, as well as hackathons to award participants.

At KingswaySoft we are proud to help support the Dynamics community and have sponsored a number of events already including D365 Saturday events in Australia, Canada, Mexico, and New Zealand.

We are proud to sponsor the following upcoming events:

Registration is free, we encourage local users to have a look and find out what you can learn. Browse the Dynamics 365 Saturday Website for more details and information on other upcoming events. There are a limited number of spots and spaces fill quickly so be sure to register!

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