NAV Content Competition Winner 2016

Metaphorix would like to congratulate Support Engineer Daniel Rose for winning its first ever internal content competition, held over 2016. The competition was set up in order to encourage Metaphorix staff to share their expertise in ERP, Business Management Solutions and IT maintenance with the wider world. A league table was created with every piece of content submitted by a member of staff receiving points for website hits, social media shares and newsletter subscriptions among other criteria. The winner was awarded an ipad for their efforts!

Daniel Rose was the runaway winner with over 700 unique hits and many new subscribers for his regular contributions to the popular Metaphorix Blog NAVGuides. NAVGuides is a frequently updated technical support blog that deals with common issues or upgrades to the Dynamics NAV solution. It has a long list of engaged readers who benefit from regular emails informing them of the latest updates to the blog. Metaphorix has recently also set up a LinkedIn group so customers are able to get the most up to date information and discuss all things Navision.

Dan Rose said of his content, “Occasionally customers have an issue or difficulty that is common with a lot of NAV users. When this happens I’ve found it useful to put together a blog explaining the easiest way to overcome the problem. Hopefully it’s saved some other NAV users/support engineers a headache!”
The competition is expected to roll over into 2017 so be sure to subscribe to our regular newsletter to not miss out on the latest quality Microsoft Dynamics NAV content from Metaphorix

Metaphorix NAV content competition

Metaphorix MD presents Daniel Rose with his prize, a brand new ipad Touch

Top 3 Contributors for 2016

Name: Daniel Rose

Job Title: Support Engineer

Most Read Piece: Fix scrolling issue for NAV 2009, SP1 

 

Name: Mark Egan

Job Title: Sales Manager

Most Read Piece: The Dynamics Kingdom

 

Name: Daniel Winter

Job Title: Support Consultant 

Most Read Piece: Setting up Permissions

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