Every year our Dynamics GP Clients (and prospective clients) who attend Convergence say that time in the Expo Center, talking to the hundreds of ISV vendors that support Dynamics with add on products, is a major highlight of the experience.
“I came to the 2010 Microsoft Convergence to check out the ISV Expo. I just signed on with GP and we haven’t gone live yet, but I knew that there were other aspects that I needed to use on top of GP and the expo has been a great way for me to see what else is out there and find what will plug and play right inside.” Jon,
As I discussed in my previous post, Big Changes to Convergence 2013 Agenda – Better or Worse?, this year the Convergence planning committee made a major change to the agenda. But one great thing about this change is that it includes 2.5 additional hours of Expo time.
Convergence 2012 expo time:
Sunday: 5.5 hours
Monday: 6.5 hours
Tuesday: 6.0 hours
Wednesday: 4.5 hours
Total: 22.5 Hours
Convergence 2013 expo time:
Monday: 9.5 hours
Tuesday 5.0 hours
Wednesday 6.0 hours
Thursday 4.5 hours
Total: 25 Hours
To be honest, many of our Dynamics GP consultants that attend Convergence find that they spend the majority of their time in the Expo talking to ISV vendors, and rarely make it to any of the training sessions.
A full price registration to Convergence 2013 is $1,795. But did you know you can buy an Expo only pass for $695? According the
One of our
For this client, it would be worth the travel cost and $695 pass just to attend the ISV Expo. Many of our
Will you be at Convergence 2013? Will you take advantage of the extra 2.5 hours of Expo time? Leave a comment below.
By Anya Ciecierski, CAL Business Solutions,