MSDynamicsWorld.com, the independent authority for news and views on Microsoft Dynamics, has closed the year 2008 with a review of top ten stories published on their website in 2008.
Among the Top Ten stories of 2008 you can read a great article about RoleTailored interface, titled How Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Will Use the "Role-Tailored" Interface to Allay the Fears of Reluctant Users by Dave Roys, and my article about implementation best practices, titled Typical Microsoft Dynamics NAV Implementation Blunders.
I am especially proud that both mine, and my friend Dave’s articles have made their way into Top Ten. Both of these articles were written in the midst of writing our book, and taking time to write an article was next to impossible for both of us. I am glad to learn that both the readership and the editors of MSDynamicsWorld.com have found our articles good enough to include them in their Top Ten selection, among the strong competition.
You can read the whole article here.
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Having read both articles, you should be tremendously proud of the accomplishment. I for one think your article is appropriate for literally any ERP engagement, without regard to the product (i.e. it isn’t just the ‘NAV space’).
In just a few short words, you’ve managed to eloquently highlight what takes many writers volumes of books to point out. On behalf of all of us who live these challenges on a daily basis, thank you! (And congratulations-great way to start 2009)!!!
Comments such as yours really drive this blog. I am glad that you find my work useful and interesting, and I hope I make it so in the future as well. Thanks a lot!
All the best,