Murray Fife is a Dynamics 365 Global Black Belt (GBB) at Microsoft, supporting national sales of the Dynamics 365 platform and evangelizing all of the Microsoft technologies. Murray has over 20 years of experience in the software industry working as a developer, an implementation consultant, a trainer, a public speaker, and a demo guy. As a bonus he is finally getting the chance to dust off his degree in Artificial Intelligence and put that to work with the Microsoft AI technologies.

In his spare time, he is also an Author of over 50 books on Microsoft technologies including the Bare Bones Configuration Guide Series which has been a personal mission of his which introduces new users to the setup and configuration of Dynamics AX and Dynamics 365 using step by step visual walkthroughs. This set of 15 guides start off with the Financial modules, progress through the Operational, Distribution, and also includes specialized modules like Production, Warehouse Management, Human Resources and Project Accounting.

You can find all of his books on Amazon (www.amazon.com/author/murrayfife), and also on the Dynamics Companions site (www.dynamicscompanions.com) where he publishes resources for the Dynamics community.

Murray is a continual tinkerer and blogger, and you can follow all of his experiments and projects on his personal A Tinkerers Notebook blog site (www.atinkerersnotebook.com) and on Twitter (@murrayfife).

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1 comment
  1. Chris said:

    Hey there,

    your blog is a real insperation when it comes to AX and Excel. I think this blog is really good when you want to learn things which are not included in the training material but still matter in your everyday AX life.

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