Dynamics AX to star in Imperial War Museum and RBS F1 Williams Centre staged events

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* Places still available for K3 AX complimentary half day events on 3rd, 5th, 10th and 12th November

Go to http://www.k3ax.com/events-area/ for more programme details

Improving business performance and customer service, as well as reducing costs are crucial for todays UK manufacturing and processing companies. Thats why Microsoft Gold Partner K3 AX, is headlining the latest Microsoft Dynamics AX Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) based business solutions at special events form 3rd November.

Places are still available and delegates can register for the free morning events (Manchesters Imperial War Museum, on Tuesday 3rd November and the RBS F1 Williams Conference Centre in Grove, Oxfordshire on 5th November) by visiting http://www.k3ax.com/events-area. Lunch will be provided and a tour of the venues is optional. Delegates can also register for two further events on 10th and 12th November.

Although the conferences are designed for a variety of industries, there is a special Food and Food Processing sector focus on 3rd and 10th November where the FreshDynamics business solution will be demonstrated in more detail.

Paul Fryer Sales Director, K3 AX says: We have an exciting product being demonstrated at two fantastic venues. We will be demonstrating how Microsoft Dynamics AX can integrate with the delegates business and how it adapts with a companys operations, whether it be for manufacturing, distribution, accounting, HR, CRM, Project Management or a combination of all.

K3 AX is part of the 40m turnover K3 Business Technology Group Plc, one of Microsofts top 60 global partners. K3 AX provides Dynamic AX based enterprise software solutions to the food industry and process manufacturers. The company is a Microsoft Inner Circle member and Gold Certified Partner.

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