Daniel Havey
Easy Cloud-based Reporting for Banks


This article will focus on Easy Cloud-based Reporting for Banks.

Have you ever wondered why Do It Yourself (DIY) shows are so popular? According to a Country Living article, “There’s a before, during and after in one TV show—so, you basically get to the happy ending very quickly.”  In other words, your renovations might take weeks or months (or, God forbid, years), while Chip and Joanna’s Gaines home makeover requires less than an hour of your time. And in the end it looks perfect, unlike what you may have experienced.

What is wonderful about these shows is that they take homes that are a total wreck and transform them into beautiful showcases where we wish we could live in them.  In almost all cases, the projects are within budget, finish on time, and result in a very happy customer.

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Matthew Felzke
Business Intelligence at Dynamics Communities Summit 2015

This article will recap the Dynamics User Groups Summit, held in Reno, NV October 11-14, 2015 and discuss the highlights from the Expo floor, in the breakout sessions, and more.

Just like that, the fall event that I know a lot of Dynamics folks were excited and gearing up for, has come and gone. Last week, the Dynamics User Groups Summit for AXUG, CRMUG, GPUG, and NAVUG took Reno, Nevada by storm for a week of learning, sharing, networking, and community building, as well as some gambling and sightseeing.  This was the first time I was able to attend the event, but it really seems to be the premier consumer-driven Dynamics event, delivering visibility in terms of leadership within the user groups, as well as roadmap plans for the individual products and how the communities are navigating challenges and opportunities for best practices and best-of-breed tools that can speak to modern data management and analysis processes.  In this article, I’ll discuss the highlights from the 2015 Dynamics Communities Summit.

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Matthew Felzke
ERP and BI at Convergence 2015 – a Recap

This article recaps and discusses the highlights and takeaways from Convergence 2015, hosted in Atlanta, Georgia from March 16th to March 19th, 2015.

Convergence 2015 has come and gone already – hard to believe.  What a conference!  It was great, especially as a first time attendee, to meet the thousands of people who made their way to Atlanta to discuss Microsoft Dynamics, data and corporate performance management, and Business Intelligence.  The Solver team had a lot of quality conversations about BI360 and its role in the Microsoft arena.  As a Gold Level sponsor, Solver was a big part of making Convergence 2015 the biggest and best conference yet.  Additionally, the BI360 expo booth was hi-tech and hi-touch, with multiple stations for demos and interaction with the product.  From big screen viewings of BI360 to showcasing access to data through Excel, the Web, and the mobile application, attendees got several opportunities to see the product in action.

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Matthew Felzke
Solver is Headed to Convergence 2015 in Atlanta!

This article discusses the benefits of attending Microsoft Convergence 2015 March 16-19 in Atlanta, Georgia, with a special look at the most exciting highlights from the conference and Solver’s presence at the event.

As a first time attendee to Convergence, I couldn’t be more excited to attend Microsoft’s 2015 conference in Atlanta, Georgia. The Microsoft community will descend on this southern mecca March 16-19 for an incredible experience of networking, learning, and discovery.  This year, Solver returns to the main event as a Gold Sponsor, and there’s so much to look forward to at #Conv15.

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