The Microsoft Dynamics® GP Technical Conference 2009 is THE place to learn about “all things” Microsoft Dynamics GP – the product itself, innovative development tools, best practices and more. Additionally, attendees will gain technical readiness for Microsoft Dynamics GP 11 and will learn about new features in the upcoming release. There will be numerous opportunities to network and visit with the Microsoft Dynamics GP development, support and leadership teams as well as with other partners.
Interactive concurrent sessions – learn more about the solution from the Microsoft Dynamics GP team
Round table discussions – visit with a small group over lunch on a variety of topics
ISV Expo and reception – learn about the latest add-on solutions
Study halls – review specific areas of the solution with experts
Post-conference training – gain knowledge on Microsoft Dynamics CRM and xRM
The conference, scheduled for November 9 – 11 in Fargo, North Dakota, will provide insight, skills and knowledge that will help move your business forward. Simply put, the conference is THE place to learn all things Microsoft Dynamics GP. How can you afford not to attend?
Visit http://www.microsoft.com/dynamics/fargodeveloperconference/ for session descriptions, additional details and registration info. And hurry: the discounted registration rate ends on Friday, September 18!
See you in November at THE place for all things Microsoft Dynamics GP!
The Microsoft Dynamics GP Team
P.S. Plan to join us on Thursday, November 12 for a morning of complimentary post-conference training. These concurrent session will focus on Microsoft Dynamics CRM and xRM. Check the conference website for details. You won’t want to miss this … and it’s free!
I mentioned in my last post about the conference that Mariano Gomez, The Dynamics GP Blogster, was planning to co-present with me. Well, I can confirm that we have worked out the details and that Mariano and myself will be presenting two sessions at the conference. The details on the website should be updated shortly.
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