Last month, I mentioned that DynamicsWorld in the UK were getting nominations for the Top 100 Most Influential Microsoft Dynamics People for 2011. See the post: What’s been happening around the Blogsphere for more details.
Well, the time for nominations is over and now it is time to vote for your choice. There are 260 nominees and your votes are needed to decide who is most influential. The following description is from the voting site:
Although not a popularity contest the thoughts and views of our visitors is important as it shows us who has a wider influence. We base our selections on a number of criteria including: Number of nominations received; Number of Microsoft Dynamics employees employed; Number of clients your ISV/VAR has; As an end user how many user licences taken; Social Media Followers (bloggers/twitter/ linkedin) (bonuses for group owners); Number of years experience of Microsoft Dynamics; MVP Recipients; Developers of add ons and new verticals; Speakers and writers about Microsoft Dynamics; Forum contributors and Number of votes received.
However you might want to vote for someone for your own reasons, and all votes count.
Please visit the site to vote 2011 TOP 100 MOST INFLUENTIAL MICROSOFT DYNAMICS PEOPLE (or use the direct links below).
To help get the Microsoft Dynamics GP (Great Plains) people to the top of the lists and to save you time searching the list, please vote for your choice from the direct links below (I have highlighted Patrick and myself…. well we are the primary contributors to this blog):
[Edit] Please see updated links on the post: Microsoft Dynamics Top 100 Most Influential People for 2011 Update.
- Poll 1 – Richard Whaley, Lisa Frank
- Poll 2 – Chad Sogge, Linda Rose, Mark Rockwell, Jivtesh Singh
- Poll 3 – Andy Snook, Steve Endow, Frank Hamelly, Clinton Weldon
- Poll 4 – Lak Chahal, Errol Schoenfish, Ross Carlson
- Poll 5 – Christina Phillips, Gianmarco Salzano
- Poll 6 – Martin Olsen, Frank Vukovits
- Poll 7 – Nick Hoban, Patrick Roth, Brian Hastings
- Poll 8 – Leslie Vail, Troy Ensor, Mark Rhodes, Bob McAdam
- Poll 9 – Mariano Gomez, Mohammad Daoud, John Lowther
- Poll 10 – Victoria Yudin, Andy Vabulas
- Poll 11 – Bill Marshall, Dwight Specht, Michael Johnson, Andy Hafer, Zubin Gidwani
- Poll 12 – Terry Heley, David Musgrave (that’s me)
- Poll 13 – Mark Polino, Monzer Osama Al Shaikh, Chris Liley, Shane Hall
Here are some other posts from about the blogsphere:
- Vaidy Mohan – Microsoft Dynamics Top Influential Person 2011 – Vote Now
- Mark Polino – Vote! Vote! Vote!
- Michael Johnson – Dynamics World List of Influential People
- Jivtesh Singh – Dynamics Influential People List
- Mohammad Daoud – 2011 TOP 100 MOST INFLUENTIAL MICROSOFT DYNAMICS PEOPLE
- Christina Phillips – Dynamics World Top 100 Voting Open
- Victoria Yudin – Vote for the top 100 most influential Microsoft Dynamics people
Thank-you for your votes, I am sure the Microsoft Dynamics GP community will have a good showing when the final results come in.
PS: If I have missed a GP related person from the lists, let me know and I will update this post.
18-Mar-2011: Updated lists with additional GP related people. Added Victoria’s post details.
22-Mar-2011: PTR – Added more names to the list.
29-Mar-2011: Added link to update post.