October 2014 newsletter

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On October the 4th 1957, Sputnik, the first artificial earth satellite was launched by Russia. The surprise success precipitated the American Sputnik crisis and triggered the space race, a part of the larger cold war. The launch ushered in new political, military, technological, and scientific developments that have led to today’s connected world.



We set Kevin Stanway a challenge.

How many reports, drill downs and views could he produce in 30 seconds from his Dynamics data?

See the result here




We are going to both the AXUG and NAVUG events in St Louis.

If you are going, come along and say “Hi” on stand 1316, we’ve got something that you will either love or hate…and you will have to be there to find out what (I do love a tease!!!)

As well as being on the booth, Michael Evans, PrecisionPoint’s CEO is giving a presentation on “Raising your game in the month end Close-to-Report cycle”. You can hear his presentation on:-

Wednesday October 15th at 3:45, and,
Thursday, October 16th at 9:15

We hope to see you there. To find out more about the summits



PrecisionPoint Selected as a finalist for the British Accountancy Awards

After lots of work filling out forms and polishing our shoes, we got an email. We had been selected as a finalist at the British Accountancy Awards. Whilst, of course, we wish all the competitors well, we really hope we win in our category!

Read more about it here


We do hope you enjoy the newsletter. If you have any suggestions for new content, do write to me – Olivia.Parker@Precision-point.com

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Olivia Parker

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