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Get the first look at what’s new and next for Microsoft Business Applications – watch the keynote!

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The Microsoft Business Applications Summit is almost here, and even if you’re not joining us in Seattle, you can take part too – catch the opening keynote livestream on Monday, July 23 from 8:30 – 10am PDT, and learn what’s new and next for Microsoft Business Applications.

 

James Phillips – Microsoft Corporate Vice President of the Business Applications Group – joins business leaders from across industries will kick off the conference with a special keynote covering the roadmap for business applications. Learn how Dynamics 365, Power BI, PowerApps and Microsoft Flow are powering major transformations around the globe through innovations in AI, mixed reality, and more.

 

Learn how you can drive change at your org – don’t miss this keynote! Join us July 23 at 8:30am PDT on the Microsoft Business Applications Summit website to watch the live broadcast.

 

Plus! Check out our on-demand content after the event, also available on our event website – breakouts, workshops and keynotes, just a click away. You won’t want to miss a minute!

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