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Posts Tagged ‘Convergence’

Recap of Dynamics GPUG Amplify: It Was Amped Up!

May 23 – 25th the first every GPUG Amplify conference for Dynamics GP end users was held in Anaheim, CA. Amplify is the new customer centric event to replace Convergence and it was a hit! It was a great event with over 400 people in attendance including over a dozen customers from the InterDyn BMI […]

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Convergence is Dead, Now What?

I guess we should have seen it coming, but I didn’t. I know there were some significant changes to Convergence last year that minimized the involvement of Dynamics, but I didn’t expect to have the show canceled this year and replaced with Envision, a conference geared for less than 5% of the previous Convergence population.

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GPUG Summit Excels in Expert Content over Microsoft Convergence

My personal experience is that the experts at Convergence are the same experts at GPUG Summit because users with real-life experience using Microsoft Dynamics GP are the experts—not the Microsoft VPs and CMOs who spin what’s next and great. The real Microsoft Dynamics GP users are the experts; they’re the ones that provide the value. […]

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Interview with Kim Peterson: GPUG Summit, Convergence & the Wicked Smart Dynamics GP Users She Loves

Kim Peterson is the enthusiastic, passionate, Director and self-proclaimed den-mother of GPUG, the hugely popular Microsoft Dynamics GP User Group. This year at the annual GPUG Summit 2014 event I had the chance to interview Kim on her thoughts on the GPUG Summit event, Microsoft Convergence and her involvement in the user community. How would you […]

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7 Reasons to Attend Convergence 2015

If you have interest in taking your business to new heights or you have a desire to participate in the year’s most talked about Microsoft gathering, Convergence is the place you need to be. Starting on March 16th in Atlanta, Georgia, this four-day, jam-packed event can truly be viewed as an investment rather than an […]

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Four Useful New Features in Dynamics GP 2015

Microsoft recently rolled out Dynamics GP 2015, and with it, a number of significant new features and abilities. In some ways, this is an update that completely rethinks aspects of the program, while adding features that users have long asked for. So what are some of the top features in GP 2015? Service-Based Architecture One […]

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Come See Solver at Convergence 2015

This article zooms in on the reasons you should attend the 2015 edition of Microsoft Convergence in Atlanta, Georgia from March 16th to 19th, exploring the top highlights and what you can expect from Solver at the event.     Solver attends Convergence every year, and we’re more excited than ever to get back to Atlanta, […]

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Comparison Chart: GPUG Summit Event vs Microsoft Convergence for Dynamics GP Users

The annual GPUG Summit event for Dynamics GP users is coming up at the end of October. Many of our clients attend Microsoft Convergence, the annual Dynamics user event, and wonder about the difference between these two events. Dynamics GP customers have been attending Microsoft Convergence since 1997. (A Microsoft Dynamics Convergence Timeline Event Statistics […]

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Inspirations from Convergence 2013

Convergence 2013, the annual Microsoft Dynamics conference, took place last week  in New Orleans.  By all accounts it was a major success.  We hosted more than 80 clients and prospects and enjoyed a week full of innovative technologies, inspirational discussions, expert presentations and fun events. Here are some thoughts from our team, on the front […]

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10 Conseils pour Microsoft Convergence 2013

C’est la cinquième année que je vais à Convergence et chaque fois, j’arrive là en me disant que j’ai oublié quelque chose ou quand je m’assois dans l’avion pour revenir, je me dis à moi-même « l’année prochaine, je n’oublierai pas de le faire. »  Pour éviter ceci, j’ai préparé une liste que je vous partage. […]

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