A little while ago I highlighted when Pam Misialek from the Inside Dynamics GP blog announced the dates for the Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Airlift 2012.
Well, now Early Bird registration is open and there is more information available about the conference being held in Fargo, North Dakota, USA on 12-14 September 2012.
The conference is being hosted by the Dynamics GP Partner Connections (GPPC) will be focusing on the upcoming Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 (formerly known as GP "12") and its new features at both the technology level and the application level.
As a Partner you NEED to attend this conference to get up to speed on the latest GP product knowledge.
This is a technical conference and so is targeted at the implementation, support and development consultants and engineers as well as technical sales professionals within partner organisations who sell, support or develop for Microsoft Dynamics GP.
For more information have a look at the following articles:
Early Bird Registration lasts until the end of July. From August onwards registration will be US$100 more expensive. So Register Now.
Note: Spaces are limited, so register early so you don't miss out.
I hope to be able to attend the conference and present for you again.
19-Apr-2012: Looks like I am not going to be able to make it this year, but you will have lots of fun without me.
Do you think that I would find value in attending this when my primary focus as a technical consultant is installation and upgrade? I also write reports in SRS, but I doubt that tables have really changed much. Any advice would be appreciated.
Great question. We are going to hold two main tracks at this event. One will be focused on Developer, and one will be focused on Consultant (Implementation/Upgrades). We will be covering, in depth, Web Client, Mgmt Reporter 2012, new features in GP 2013, and much, much more. Plus, it will also have GPPC present as well as one of the event hosts.
Would be a good event for you to attend!
Posting by Mark Polino at DynamicAccounting.net
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