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Next week I am headed to Houston for Microsoft Dynamics Convergence which is the biggest customer conference Microsoft puts on for the Dynamics community. This is where customers have the opportunity to hear about upcoming enhancements, customer success stories, network with other customers, and share ideas. This year is packed with product briefings, best practices, and my favorite – roundtables, where customers and product team members discuss what works and what doesn’t. It is always a great set of sessions!
I am also looking forward to this year’s 3 keynote addresses. Retired General Colin Powell will speak on Monday, Microsoft’s COO Kevin Turner will speak on Tuesday, and on Wednesday, President of the Microsoft Business Solutions Division, Kiril Tartarinov. You can find more about them here.
I am going to try and blog every day to let you know what I’ve seen and heard, as well as what trends I see in the market. Though my focus is on CRM, Microsoft Dynamics Convergence is all about the Dynamics family which also includes – Dynamics GP, Dynamics AX, Dynamics SL, and Dynamics NAV which are all ERP (financial) solutions provided by Microsoft. My interest focuses on integration and interoperability as we often combine Dynamics CRM with one of those ERP packages when we are implementing solutions for our customers.
So please check in next week and see my posts! I am also meeting with members of the Dynamics CRM product team to discuss enhancements and provide feedback from our Perficient customers. Another big draw is the Microsoft Dynamics Marketplace Expo where I am looking forward to meeting with several of our Marketplace partners like Eventix and Scribe.
See you all next week!