The clock is ticking as the early bird discount for the Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Airlift is quickly approaching. Haven’t registered yet? Michelle Spitzer, Director of Marketing for Dynamic Communities, Inc., shares this update to provide you with the most compelling reasons to attend.
Register for the Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Airlift before Tuesday, July 31 to save $100 on your registration. This year’s event is focused on delivering advanced technical skills around Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 for implementation professionals, consultants, developers and technical sales engineers. With about 30 sessions scheduled for the 3-day event, it is one of your best opportunities to gain knowledge and training on the upcoming release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013.
Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Airlift, Hosted by GPPC
September 12-14, 2012 – Microsoft Campus – Fargo, ND
The breakout sessions are designed to dig deep into advanced technical skills around Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 for both consultants and developers. With a focus on workflow, business intelligence, SQL Reporting Services, and planning for security and compliance, the event will include sessions like:
- Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 New Features
- Deploying and Managing the Web Client
- Intro to Microsoft Dynamics GP Customization Tools
- RapidStart for Microsoft Dynamics GP
- Enterprise Security for Microsoft Dynamics GP
- Testing Your Product on the Web Client
- Microsoft Dynamics GP, Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Microsoft Office 365
- And more!
Click to see the complete session schedule and event agenda.
The Airlift will kick off on Wednesday with an exclusive look at Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013, provided by a high-powered line-up of Dynamics GP product insiders. Errol Schoenfish, Director of Product Management for Microsoft Dynamics GP, will set the stage for the week and, more importantly, what the release of Dynamics GP 2013 will mean to you and your customers. Kevin Racer, the program manager responsible for many of the aspects of the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 web client, will provide a comprehensive overview of the new web client. He’ll walk through the architecture, deployment model and UI changes that make up the web client. Daryl Anderson will join Kevin to dive into deploying Dynamics GP 2013, including on-premise, the web client, mixed mode deployments, and everything in between.
Thursday’s keynote will focus on Windows 8, which represents one of the largest opportunities for application developers for the 21st century. Mark Hindsbo, Vice President of Microsoft’s Developer & Platform Evangelism Group in the US, will give a sneak-peak into Windows 8 and share insight about how you can take advantage of this new opportunity.
Learn more about the event and sign up at http://www.GPPCTechnicalAirlift.com.