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Official Hashtag List for User Group Summit Phoenix 2018 – AXUG, BCUG/NAVUG, GPUG, CRMUG, D365UG,

The OFFICIAL hashtag for the User Group Summit Phoenix events October 15-18, 2018 is: #UserGroupSummit This is the main hashtag that will be tracked, monitored and reposted by the Dynamic Communities team. Other hashtags that you can add: #AXUGSummit #NAVUGSummit and #BCUGSummit #CRMUGSummit #D365UGSummit #GPUGSummit #PowerUGSummit #Summit18 (Note: this is NOT a good hashtag to […]

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ERP Software Blog Members Exhibiting at User Group Summit Phoenix 2018 with Twitter Links

How many ERP Software Blog members can you meet in the Expo Hall at the GPUG, AXUG, NAVUG, CRMUG and D365UG events at User Group Summit Phoenix – October 15-18, 2018? Take a look at the company names below, click on the link to learn more, then tweet them to make plans to meet in […]

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ERP Software Blog Members To Visit at Summit 2016 Expo

Summit 2016 is the leading live conference for Microsoft Dynamics AX, CRM, GP, and NAV users. It is like 4 events in one, with one giant expo. In addition to all the educational content, the user group events at Summit 2016 are a great place to learn more about top Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM […]

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Fireworks and Marching Bands at Summit 2016. Really.

Tuesday October 11th is going to be fun. Make sure you arrive in Tampa, FL and are in your seat at Summit 2016 by 2:00pm. Dynamics 365 Release In the Microsoft Vision Keynote at Summit 2016 Microsoft will officially release their new Dynamics 365 product. And they want to make it big. Really big. Think […]

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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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