16 & 17 november 2017
Antwerp (Belgium)


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Peik Bech-Andersen


Agidon A/S
Senior Consultant, Lead MCT

A thousand course delegates a year cannot be wrong smile

Peik Bech-Andersen is a solution architect and senior developer in Denmark, Implementing solutions all-over the world, specializing in advanced manufacturing combined with master data replication and Intercompany solutions.

He first saw Navision in 1984 at the beta testing program of PcPlus. He started implementing manufacturing solutions in 1983 on IBM S/36 systems. Since the Dynamics NAV manufacturing module was released, he has implemented at least 50 Manufacturing solutions in all kinds of different businesses. Starting as an accountant in a production company and moving on to implementing systems, he has both the accounting, the development and the implementation background.

As a Microsoft Certified Trainer, he has conducted courses the last 10 years in topics like Dynamics NAV programming, installation, finance, trade, warehouse management and manufacturing. During the 10 years, he has Cunducted courses with thousands of participants in 14 countries. He maintains a blog in DynamicsUser.net where he writes about both programming, installation and application topics. Usually topics discussed during courses or customer implementations.

He is the author of:

  • “Manufacturing with Microsoft Dynamics NAV”: The book about the Manufacturing module in Microsoft Dynamics NAV, launched in 2014.
  • “RoleTailoring Microsoft Dynamics NAV”: The book about how to implement the RoleTailored client in an organization with success, launched in 2015.
  • Lastly, he is author of 26 “How-to-videos” released by Microsoft for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 about the MiniApp, published in 2013 and 2014.

He has been appointed:

  • Lead MCT for the Dynamics NAV 2013 version, reviewing course material for Microsoft and educating all other MCT’s in the new version
  • Beta tester as part of the ‘Sicily’ Beta testing team evaluating the next version of Dynamics NAV.
  • Member of the Credentialing Council at The Association of Dynamics Professionals.

Hosted sessions

Role Centers, Power BI or both?
LEVEL: 200 - Intermediate
Conference Hotel

Where should we implement KPI’s?

  • Directly in The Role Center of Dynamics NAV
  • in a separate Power BI solution
  • or as a Power BI component in the Dynamics NAV 2017 Role Center

Learn how to set up the Role Centers to provide the information necessary to perform the users daily or periodic tasks.

Today a large amount of the functionality are hidden in the different Role Centers. You will learn how to reuse these functionalities and also be given extra goodies that will save you valuable time and money in future implementations of the RoleTailored client.

This workshop will be a hands-on business case in how to build, configure and implement the RoleTailored client in a company.

Next we will go through the different ways to extract data from Dynamics NAV and consume them in Microsoft Excel, Power Pivot and Power BI - with and without access to the Development Environment.

Lastly we will see examples on how to implement Power BI components in the Dynamics NAV Role Center.

Workshop date: Tuesday 14 November or Wednesday 15 November. This is a one day workshop.

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