What's New and Exciting in Business Central 2022 Release Wave 1

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It's that time of the year again. Microsoft has begun rolling out its 2022 Wave 1 Business Central release. Watch our webinar with Holly, Jim, and Gino as they review key new updates, as well as their favorite features of this release. There are some cool new features, so don't miss out!

In 2022 release wave 1, Microsoft delivers updates based on the most popular requests for improvement, including better reporting, several improvements to the supply chain area, and more. We'll take a look at some of these new updates and explain how they can improve your business.

About the Presenters

Gino Pack

Gino Pack

Gino is Innovia's Director of Project Teams. From the start of Gino's career, he has followed his two passions: technology and teaching others to use it better! He has specific expertise in migrations to Microsoft 365, Microsoft Dynamics NAV/Business Central, Business Analysis, Project Management, Distribution, Law Offices, Not-For-Profit, and more.

Holly Kutil

Holly Kutil

Holly Kutil is a Customer Engagement Specialist at Innovia Consulting. She has worked in the Accounting/IT world for 40 years. She believes that every touchpoint, every connection, is an opportunity for a relationship, and by nurturing relationships and genuinely caring for people we encounter we not only serve them but ourselves as well. We all become richer from the encounter.

Jim Augenstein

Jim Augenstein

Jim Augenstein is part of the Innovia Consulting Customer Engagement Team, where he focuses on West Coast clients. Before joining Innovia, Jim spent 10 years at Lanham Associates, where he served as the Chief Product Evangelist and Partner Channel Manager. Jim has been engaged either selling or implementing business systems since 1995. After spending a few years in the U.S. Navy, he earned degrees in accounting and information systems. Starting first as an Operations Manager in consumer products companies, Jim joined a small technology firm delivering solutions based on what were then known as Solomon and Great Plains. Eventually, he learned and became a strong advocate for NAV and Business Central.