TAMPA, Fla., Oct. 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Microsoft Dynamics NAV User Group (NAVUG®) is pleased to announce the recipients of the inaugural 2016 NAVUG Volunteer Awards for both Users and Partners. These Award recipients were recognized during a ceremony at NAVUG Summit in Tampa, FL, earlier this month.
The NAVUG Volunteer Program provides an avenue for Dynamics NAV members to get further engaged by sharing their time and talents, while developing personally and professionally, making a meaningful impact, and being recognized for their valuable contributions. Members earn points for each volunteer activity contributed during the annual program year (Sep. 1-August 31); there are three levels of annual awards based on point totals.
Congratulations to the following NAVUG User Members who earned the Sapphire Volunteer Award (250-399 points): Allen Hoover, Jason Pharmaceuticals (Medifast); Aydan Golaszewski, Jason Pharmaceuticals (Medifast); Kristina Frank, Cline Tool & Services; Magnus Ramfelt, Ekonomi Klara Papper AB; Marc Allman, AMS Controls; Meenakshi Singh, Home Market Foods, Inc.; Michelle Scott, Terso Solutions Inc.
Congratulations to the following NAVUG User Members who earned the Ruby Volunteer Award (400-599 points): Amanda Mayer, Ellsworth Corporation; Dennis Mahon, Gogo, LLC.; Eduardo Diaz, Minequip; Holly Kutil, American Ring; Jason Chance, Seventh Generation; Jeroen Beemster, Bejo Seeds Inc; Lewis Rosenberg, Mars Fishcare; Margaret Williams, Gogo, LLC.; Victor Diercksen, PermaPlate Company, Inc.
Congratulations to the following NAVUG User Members who earned the Emerald Volunteer Award (600+ points): Anthony Darden, Protective Industries, Inc.; David Hatker, CCA & B, LLC (The Elf on The Shelf); Matthew McGinley, San Francisco Bay Coffee Company; Robb Delprado, Western Data Systems, Inc.; Robert Buccigrossi, EBO Group Inc.
Dynamics NAV partners play a critical role in supporting and strengthening the NAVUG community. The contribution and commitment of partners is critical to the success of NAVUG. Congratulations to the following Partners who earned the Granite Award (625+ points): AJ Ansari, InterDyn BMI; John Grant, Innovia Consulting; Kerry Rosvold, Innovia Consulting; Kim Congleton, Fastpath; Mark Brummel, Brummel Dynamics Services B.V.; Mark Hamblin, Dynamic Manufacturing Solutions; Per Mogensen, Mergetool.com; Steven Chinsky, Columbus.
"These Volunteers have shared their knowledge with their peers through webinars and Chapter meetings, magazine articles and blog posts, and have benefited the community by serving on committees or on the Board of Advisors. We are incredibly thankful for these members who have given their time and talents to NAVUG – their contributions help NAVUG grow and flourish," said Laura Gariano, Volunteer Engagement Manager, Dynamic Communities.
ABOUT NAVUG VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
NAVUG relies strictly on Members' and Partners' volunteer efforts to help the community grow. The Volunteer Program provides various opportunities for volunteers to donate their time and talents through, presenting, instructing, serving, or writing. For more information on volunteering with NAVUG, visit: www.navug.com/volunteer.
ABOUT DYNAMIC COMMUNITIES
Dynamic Communities is the business management organization that supports technology-centric user groups and associations – providing necessary resources and business operations such as staff, systems and event production. Dynamic Communities is independent from Microsoft; however, the two organizations maintain an intentional close working relationship so that our members can provide a collective voice to Microsoft on user concerns, needs, and requests.
SOURCE Dynamic Communities