Esto es un evento sobre Azure,¿Por que vamos a hablar de aplicaciones de negocio?

Spanish Introductory and Overview IT

En esta sesión hablaremos de por que tenemos que tener muy en cuenta Azure en aplicaciones de negocio como por ejemplo :un ERP Business Central . Daremos una panorámica de todo lo que necesitamos u ofrece junto a Azure.


Javier Armesto

MVP Microsoft & Dynamics 365 Tech Lead & Pre-Sales at Sothis

Passionate about Microsoft technology, specifically in those related to business applications. I like sports and I'm a Marvel fan

Roberto Corella

Microsoft MVP - MCT - Business Central Team Leader & PowerApps Developer at SUITECH

Since 1998 working with Navision, Dynamics NAV, and now with Business Central and Power Platform. I worked as an end-user, consultant, and developer in different companies. In 2022 I have been awarded as Microsoft MVP in the Business Applications category. As a MCT I teach Microsoft courses about Business Central, Power BI, Power Apps, and Power Automate,... I have a blog where I write about these Microsoft technologies: Also, you can see me telling things about Business Central and Power Platform at different community events and on my YouTube Channel: Aprende Business Central en Español ( ------------------------------------------------------- Desde 1998 trabajando con Navision, Dynamics NAV y ahora Business Central y PowerPlatform developer. Primero como usuario final, como consultor, desarrollador y ahora como freelance. En 2022 he sido premiado como Microsoft MVP en la categoría Business Applications. Imparto cursos de tecnologías Microsoft: Business Central (desarrollo y Funcional), Power BI, Power Apps, Power Automate,... En mi tiempo libre escribo un blog y tengo un canal de youtube "Aprende Business Central en Español" ( donde intento transmitir mis conocimientos.

Miguel LLorca Gomez

Microsoft MVP & MCT, Enterprise Architect, Technology Strategist & Speaker

Miguel Llorca is a technologist and entrepreneur, with more than 20 years of experience in the IT sector. Passionate about technology and business, he has solid experience as a director and consultant, both technological and business processes. Has participated in large number of national and international projects, accompanying companies of multiple sizes and sectors in their digital transformation process, performing and leading ERP implementations and integration projects. Awarded by Microsoft with the MVP (Most Valuable Professional) award since 2014, currently in the categories of “Business Applications” and “Office Apps & Services”, for his contributions to the technical communities. Miguel is also a Microsoft Certified Trainer, instructor and author at LinkedIn Learning and a frequent speaker at industry events and conferences. Proud father of PowerTips: Microsoft MVP Profile:

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