Top 3 reASONS to Attend reIMAGINE!

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One of the most exciting weeks of the year is right around the corner. reIMAGINE is scheduled for Nov 10 – 12th in Fargo, ND.

My top 3 reASONS for attending reIMAGINE this year are:

1.  To Collaborate on the exciting new advancements in Dynamics GP Manufacturing.

GP Manufacturing has taken a significant leap forward in paperless, wireless Manufacturing Automation. From the palm of the production workers hand, Raw Materials are being decremented or back-flushed while the Finished Goods are being labeled and put-away to their picking location. In the background, automatic MO Receipts are created within GP. No paper, no duplicate data entry … full Traceability! WilloWare and Appolis have formed a partnership and will be collaborating with those interested in learning about the innovation of Dynamics GP Manufacturing Automation!


2.  To reCONNECT with peers and partners. The recipe for success with GP Resellers and GP ISVs is one part community and two parts creating successful business solutions.  reCONNECTING with industry peers is my favorite way to learn and strengthen our business relationships. That has always made this type of event a “must have” in my annual list of priorities … √ check!

3.  To Experience everything new that GP 2015 has to offer.

With Microsoft Cloud grabbing much of the recent buzz, I’m interested in how the new Service-Based Architecture will change how we develop and integrate Dynamics GP.

And if my top 3 were not enough, the icing on the cake will be to listen to Doug Burgum speak during his keynote address as he inspires attendees to reIMAGINE the way they work, the way they do business, and their future.  I have no doubt that Doug’s keynote will complement the full lineup of role-focused sessions for sales, marketing, consultants, and developers alike.


bySteve Dwyer, VP, Appolis Inc.

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