High-Tea with Jakob Nielsen  

Microsoft Dynamics, Microsoft Business Group  

About Jackob Nielson

Jakob Nielsen Jakob Nielsen is the principal user experience manager for Microsoft Dynamics™ at Microsoft Corp., and is passionate about improving the experience users have with Microsoft Business Solutions’ products. He plays a leading role in the development of the Microsoft Dynamics RoleTailored approach to the user experience, which enables users to easily perform tasks and access information relevant to specific business processes.

Nielsen joined Microsoft in November 1996 as a senior consultant for Microsoft Consulting Services in the Nordic region, where he specialized in IT strategy and technology consulting. Before Microsoft’s acquisition of Navision A/S in 2002, Nielsen spent three years as a product manager at Navision designing the user interface for Navision® Financials 1.0 (now Microsoft Dynamics NAV). Nielsen has also worked as a development manager for INFOFLEX A/S and as a developer for BRUHN DATA A/S, both Denmark-based companies.

Nielsen earned a master’s of science degree in computer science from the Technical University of Denmark in 1991, and is a member of the Association for Computing Machinery.

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Vijaykumar Mahesh Tarwala on 13-05-’07 17:41 said:
Hi Jacob,
I am eager to attend your session and meet you. Unfortunately, I am based at Bangalore. Please let me know if you are planning to have a similar session in Bangalore. I will be delighted to join.
Thanks !

Regards and Best Wishes,
Vijay Mahesh Tarwala
Syed Nazir Razik on 10-09-’07 02:21 said:

Any such sessions by usability experts in any of the three cities needs to be updated in a sort of a event calendar at your site. Pls do the needful.


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