• Anna Perotti

    I've been a computer programmer since 1973. My first paid job was in a fashion company on IBM System 3, starting as a junior programmer and going through all steps up to IT manager in the same company, where one of the first TP applications in S/3 environment…

  • Daniel Rimmelzwaan

    I've made my bones as a Navision developer (and designer, and business analyst, the usual additional stuff :)) for some of the largest Microsoft partners in the USA and as an independent contractor. My most important projects involved implementations…

  • David Singleton

    I started working with Navision as an End User. That was on ver 3.04 on OS/2 and DOS. That company eventually became a Navision reseller, and I joined PC&C to create NTR's (Navision Territorial Representatives) in Central and Eastern Europe. I then created…

  • Dhan Raj Bansal

    Linkedin Profile: http://in.linkedin.com/in/dhanrajbansal

                 

  • Erik P. Ernst

    I got my first Navision job in 1990. I have worked as a Dynamics 365 Business Central/Dynamics NAV project manager, trainer, developer, consultant and architect ever since. I have worked with partners in Denmark and the US and with end-users companies…

  • Jörg A. Stryk

    • 1977-1990: School
    • 1990-1996: Army (1st Lt.)
    • 1996-1998: IT Training
    • since 1998: Business School, IT-Assistent
    • 1998-2000: NSC, Project Consultant/Developer
    • 2000-2003: "Inhouse NSC", Administration/Development/Projectmanagement ERP
    • 2004-2006:…
  • Timo Lässer

    Navision Developer since 1997

  • vikram_bsil

    I completed my Engineering in Computer Science from Vishweshwariah Technological University, Belgaum, Karnataka in the year July-2007. Since then, I'm working for Blue Star Infotech in Bangalore in Microsoft Navision. This has been one exciting career…