Kevin Machayya is a 15-year veteran of Microsoft and Great Plains Software. He has held various roles in technical support, customer service, and sales operations. For the last 11 years, Kevin has focused on the Microsoft Dynamics partner channel through partner account management, readiness, marketing, resourcing/staffing and development programs.
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Kim Peterson, GPUG Program Director, and Michelle Spitzer, Director of Marketing, at Dynamics Communities, share this great news regarding the upcoming GPPC Connections 2011 conference. This conference provides a wonderful opportunity for partners focused on Microsoft Dynamics GP the ability to build on their existing knowledge and network with various industry peers.
The Microsoft Dynamics GP Partner Connections (GPPC) Conference 2011 is a unique opportunity for Microsoft Dynamics GP partners and ISVs to build connections, share best practices, pick up new skills, develop new or improved strategies to drive revenue, and meet with Microsoft Dynamics GP leaders and influencers to help prepare for and shape the future of Microsoft Dynamics GP.
The GPPC Connections Conference 2011 will be held November 6-8, 2011, at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, NV. Register for the event here.
The agenda for Connections 2011 includes more than 30 breakout sessions led by fellow Microsoft GP partners, MVPs and subject matter experts – including roundtable discussions, interactive workshops and how-to sessions – designed to enhance your Microsoft Dynamics GP knowledge and competencies. Additionally, structured networking opportunities are a prime opportunity to develop and strengthen alliances with leading Microsoft Dynamics GP partners. The event also features an ever-popular Microsoft Town Hall meeting – a rapid-fire Q&A session where you can ask your top Microsoft Dynamics GP questions of key Dynamics GP leaders, including Anders Spatzek, Errol Schoenfish, Pam Misialek, Chris Lerum, Chad Sogge, Mark Albrecht and Jeff Hensel.
Who Should Attend?
Microsoft Dynamics GP consultants, developers, technical sales engineers, practice managers, project managers, and business leaders.
Learn More and Register
You can learn more about GPPC Connections 2011 by visiting the conference website. Here you’ll find the event agenda, registration information, and complete session descriptions.
Connections 2011 is held in conjunction with GPUG Summit, the annual conference for the Microsoft Dynamics GP User Group. Come for Connections and stay for Summit, where you'll have a chance to network, learn and mingle with Microsoft Dynamics GP users from around the country. Summit is happening Nov 8-11, 2011 at Caesars Palace – visit the GPUG Summit website for more information.