1-3 November 2023
Directions EMEA 2023
Directions EMEA is the "Go To" place where Dynamics partners share the future. It's the preferred global community for collaborating and learning from Microsoft, MVPs, ISVs, VARs and their peers. The focus is on helping the SMB market unlock its full potential in technical, business development and strategy with ERP, CRM, and Cloud solutions, including the Microsoft Power Platform, Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, and Azure.
Microsoft presents: What's new in Power BI
See who is on when!
In this session, we will cover Power BI metrics and how they now can be embedded in the client. We will showcase new embed capabilities for the AL developer and the consultant - showcase embedding in full page, embed on role centers, embed on cards, and embed in fact boxes.
Principal Product Manager at Microsoft
Blazej Kotelko is one of the PMs in the Microsoft Development Center Copenhagen, Denmark but he had worked previously for Microsoft in London, UK and in Poland. With experience in the SMB space, UX design, low-code platforms and partner management he is currently responsible for the success and roadmap of Dynamics 365 Business Central integration with Power Platform.
Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft
Enrico Cimitan joined the Microsoft family in 2017 as a software engineer. He initially worked in the Dynamics 365 Business Central application team, and later shifted to features in the client area. Since 2019, Enrico has been contributing to the data connectors and integrations between Business Central and other Microsoft products, including Power BI, Power Automate, Power Apps, and Dataverse.
Kennie Nybo Pontoppidan
Kennie Nybo Pontoppidan works as program manager in the Dynamics 365 Business Central server backend team. He has been working in the dangerous field between customers, partners, support professionals, developers and dba's for many years and done his part of mistakes as a developer before that in his 18+ years in the it industry. He enjoys working with data and databases and really, really enjoys working using KQL. Kennie has no humor.