Fate has terrible power. You cannot escape it by wealth or war. No fort will keep it out, no ships outrun it.
Am Pavan. Let’s catchup about me!!
The above quote 100% matches with my journey into Microsoft ERP world. I had started my career 14 years back in Oracle ERP. After 4 years, I was moved to Dynamics AX all of sudden. I hadn’t liked it and ran away to another company, where I was selected for one of the oracle apps project only. But fate has different plans. I had been asked to work in Dynamics again there too. But from then no hiccups and these bumpy roads lead me to the best places. Its true.
In my 10 plus Microsoft Dynamics ERP experience, have worked in multiple areas such as procurement, inventory management, projects and human resources. I was feeling like sailing on multiple boats but reaching nowhere..ha ha.
Being a positive person, I consider myself a versatile, always wanted to learn more, always wanted to contribute more, commit to what I promise. Working in multiple areas and in multiple versions really helped me in understanding how the product is bringing greater experience to the businesses and how the product has been evolved all these years.
From past 3 years, am focusing solely on Human Resources in D365. Glad that Microsoft is building a solid HR platform and it is a good experience so far understanding the extensibility through power platform and integrability usage of HR in multiple D365 products – Finance and operations, CE, Field services and Project service automation.
Hope I could make some difference with my catchups 🙂