In this post, Mercurius IT’s Operations Director, Lee Cridland, speaks to NETRONIC about his experiences of production and project task scheduling at Siemens and job scheduling at Mercurius IT, as well as provides insights into what good scheduling looks like.
Over the past 5 years, we have grown our partner network and established our value in the Microsoft Dynamics NAV channel. The result has been a fun and rewarding journey, resulting today in a partner network of over 250 partners collaborating with us from all around the world.
With this extensive partner framework, comes the chance to work with myriad outstanding people and organizations. We've reached the point in fact, where our partner network and channel is so rich, that we've felt the need to allow our partners a chance to differentiate; a chance to shine. We have many great partners, but of course, there are those who are simply outstanding.
Presenting in front of a captive audience is hard. It takes more than natural talent. It takes a plan and preparation.
NETRONIC built the Visual Scheduling Suite exclusively for Microsoft Dynamics NAV to help users gain operational agilty with visual scheduling, and as such to further empower an already powerful ERP system.
I've put together this blog post to help you take your visual scheduling demo to the next level. So when preparing for a demo to show visual scheduling in Microsoft Dynamics NAV, make sure you grab this checklist.
The following steps will help you take your demo from average to outstanding.
Everyone has their own approach to starting a demo. Some start with a story, while others immediately start listing out the features of their products. Some hand out freebies right at the beginning to lighten the mood, while others try and crack a joke.
Yet, regardless of the approach taken to open your demo, the most important aspect is the result of the demo on the whole.
I've found one question to be most effective in bringing out the best in my demo's.
In my last blog posts we dove into the best features to highlight when presenting the Visual Production and Jobs Schedulers. In this post, I want to take the same kind of look, highlighting the three top features to show when demoing their little brother - the Visual Service Scheduler.
This blog post will dive specifically into the Visual Service Scheduler for Dynamics NAV and it most loved features during demos.
In one of my last blog posts we dove into the best features to highlight when presenting the Visual Production Scheduler. In this post, I want to take the same kind of look, highlighting the three top features to show when demoing - not on the Visual Production but Visual Jobs Scheduler.
This blog post will dive specifically into the Visual Jobs Scheduler for Microsoft Dynamics NAV and the features which must be shown during demos to really win over prospects.
One of the most underrated and misunderstood aspects of NETRONIC Visual Scheduling in Dynamics NAV is the ability to either drill down or pan out quickly and effectively across large amounts of data. However, only having the ability to move in and out doesn't mean it's going to automatically bring value. The value comes in knowing how to use it.The focus of this blog post is to break down the ways in which adjusting the resolution of your data effectively changes your perspective, and the amount of relevant data shown. This, in turn, unlocks the vast reservoir of value that lives within your data.
If you talk to enough people within a certain industry, do enough presentations, read enough blogs, you begin to draw certain conclusions of the time. My conclusion of the time since joining NETRONIC two years ago has been this: the visual scheduling add-ins we build for Microsoft Dynamics NAV are no longer a 'nice-to-have' for customers, they are a 'must-have.'
This blog post will dive specifically into the Visual Production Scheduler for Microsoft Dynamics NAV and the features which must be shown during demos to really win over prospects.