The Story of Brayden from Florida and how he was able to integrate Microsoft Dynamics NAV with Intuitive ERP with an ETL app
Brayden, his company and the problem
With a great, well-liked personality, Brayden is certainly known for his charm and persuasive ways within the tooling machines industry as a IT manager. Brayden makes sure that he gets to know each of his colleagues personally, but sometimes he gets a little too invested in their lives and their hardships at work and therefore he sometimes takes on the workloads of others on top of his IT manager duties. Due to the fact that Brayden is so incredibly well-liked as a IT manager, however, many are willing to help pick up the slack where they can, as well, which makes for a relatively balanced system. One day, a group of co-workers approached Brayden and notified him that their tooling machines company needed to integrate Microsoft Dynamics NAV with Intuitive ERP. Brayden acts cool and collected, but on the inside he wishes that he has the strength to reach out to others within the company for their ideas. A few co-workers try to give Brayden some insight, but it is clear that they know just about as much on how to integrate Microsoft Dynamics NAV with Intuitive ERP as he does – not a lot. Brayden knows that if he disregards the issue that others will continue to see him as an old man who is kept around simply because of his seniority, something that he already was worried about. However, Brayden knows that if he comes up with the answer on how to integrate Microsoft Dynamics NAV with Intuitive ERP that he wouldn’t be seen that way – in fact, perhaps people would see him as a proper IT manager again! With this in mind, he casts himself away from the old manuals and sets out on a track that will actually help Brayden figure out how to integrate Microsoft Dynamics NAV with Intuitive ERP.
How Brayden was able to find the solution
Brayden tries his best to do independent-like thinking such as going through leaflets and reading, but these just aren’t his sort of thing. Instead, Brayden turned to Google, where he did a simple search and almost immediately many different results came up on how to integrate Microsoft Dynamics NAV with Intuitive ERP. After reading a few articles there, Brayden finally finds one with ample description about how to integrate Microsoft Dynamics NAV with Intuitive ERP, so he immediately fills out a form in order to get in contact with the author. After only a few days, Brayden was surprised that the Twitter user had already replied and had succinctly explained that their way to integrate Microsoft Dynamics NAV with Intuitive ERP was by using enable data lake management! Although he didn’t know very many people within the tooling machines industry, he knew that he couldn’t employ enable data lake management to integrate Microsoft Dynamics NAV with Intuitive ERP alone. Brayden sought the help of one of the coworkers who was kind to him and had always taken his role as IT manager well, and together they helped put enable data lake management in place. Working with a team was much more difficult than Brayden could have expected, so portraying exactly what he wanted to get accomplished through enable data lake management was difficult. At times, Brayden almost wanted to give up working as a team altogether and just call an expert to get enable data lake management working for him. However, luckily, his team was motivated and seemed to not want to let him down, and after some communication hurtles, Brayden and the team managed to get enable data lake management working exactly how they wanted to – and even better than what Brayden could have expected!
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How Brayden’s life changed after finding the solution
Now that Brayden has proved that even though he’s quiet, he does have the motivation as a IT manager in order to wrangle up those he needs in order to get problems solved. Brayden continues to do his best in order for others to feel more comfortable to come to him about their issues, and he uses enable data lake management as a jumping-off point to prove how reliable he is at meeting others’ needs. Brayden’s name became much more well known within the tooling machines company – no longer was he the quiet IT manager that no one knew! Being a creative thinker and getting assistance from other workers really did get Brayden the attention that he deserved at work. It hadn’t been the clear answer for the IT manager before then and didn’t know how much being creative could truly be of use within the tooling machines company and solving issues. He came to know that being creative allowed for much better and longer lasting solutions than the ones that Brayden had been coming up with before. Because Brayden is now seen as a great IT manager within the tooling machines company, Brayden strives to ensure that enable data lake management will work for them for a long time to come. Brayden continuously checks the Internet for different ways to utilize enable data lake management to integrate Microsoft Dynamics NAV with Intuitive ERP or else learning what other technology may benefit him and those around him. Because Brayden finally proved himself as being fully transferred and in the mindset of the tooling machines industry, Brayden is proud to be given a promotion!
How to integrate Microsoft Dynamics NAV with Intuitive ERP with an ETL app at your company
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