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    February 22, 2019

    Enavate's Valentyn Lysenko to Present at User Group Summit Europe

    ENAVATE technical solutions architect Valentyn Lysenko has been invited to present at the prestigious User Group Summit Europe.

    At the conference, set for March 27-29 in Amsterdam, Lysenko will share his extensive practical experience with implementing multithread Dynamics 365 solutions for Finance and Operations.

    The session is designed for developers and technical architects of AX and Dynamics 365 who work with multithreading. Lysenko, who has more than 10 years’ experience working on those applications, will outline the most effective and efficient strategies for implementing multithread solutions, including how to break a large job into workable portions.

    User Group Summit Europe is a premier user-centric gathering that offers an opportunity for users of the Microsoft Business Applications platform to gain greater understanding of applications for all versions of Dynamics 365, AX and CRM. The event provides an opportunity for peer-to-peer knowledge sharing and networking.

    If you plan to attend User Group Summit Europe, feel free to contact Lysenko before or after the presentation, with any questions you might have.

    Learn more about User Group Summit Europe.

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