Peter A. Jensen
I have been with Microsoft since 2002, but I have been with Dynamics even longer, starting out with a Dynamics NAV partner in 1992. I currently lead the Partner Programs team in the US Dynamics organization and look forward to keeping in touch with the US Dynamics Partner Community on this blog.
I know many Microsoft Dynamics partners were associated with Great Plains Software prior to the acquisition by Microsoft 10 years ago. Now you have a chance to reflect on the history of Great Plains Software as well as the happenings throughout the last 10 years with a 7-part story the local Fargo, ND paper (The Forum) is running as a special series focusing on Microsoft’s history in Fargo in commemoration of the 10-year anniversary.
Click here to access the online stories.
About this project (courtesy of The Forum)
It’s been 10 years since Microsoft first made its mark on the North Dakota prairie.
Since then, the software giant has carved out an unmistakable identity for itself in the Fargo-Moorhead community and beyond. Nearly everyone knows someone who works at Microsoft.
But the company’s story here begins long before the Microsoft name took hold in Fargo. It begins with a little company called Great Plains Software and a big dreamer named Doug Burgum.
The Forum was granted unprecedented access inside Microsoft during the month of May to bring you this seven-part series – a window into the past, present and future of Microsoft in Fargo.
Your Microsoft Dynamics partnership offers your organization many opportunities for recognition – none may come more recognized than achieving President's Club and/or Inner Circle.
The 2011 Partner Recognition Program for Microsoft Dynamics recognizes our top Microsoft Dynamics partners for their exceptional FY11 performance:
To achieve 2011 President’s Club for Microsoft Dynamics, partners must demonstrate a strong combination of revenue or customer adds, plus license growth.
A small number of strategic partners from across the globe will be invited to be part of the 2011 Inner Circle for Microsoft Dynamics based on their stellar sales performance in FY11.
Visit PartnerSource to access all the pertinent information on President’s Club and Inner Circle for 2011.
This page offers a wealth of resources, such as these downloadable documents:
Good luck in attaining President’s Club and Inner Circle for Microsoft Dynamics in FY11!
Well, I’m happy to say I’m finally now using a Windows Phone 7 device thanks to the partnership between Microsoft and Verizon Wireless. I’ve only owned my HTC Trophy for a brief amount of time, but so far it is a pretty sweet device!
One of the first applications I downloaded to my phone is a great new app courtesy of Microsoft’s Eric Ligman (Director of Worldwide Partner Experience) – the Microsoft Partner Info mobile app. This app connects partners to multiple social media and online resources driven by Microsoft at both the worldwide and subsidiary level. As of Friday, May 27, I was lucky enough to have the Microsoft Dynamics Partner Community blog included in v1.2 of the app.
It is a common fact the world has become a very mobile workforce and it’s a no-brainer that Microsoft partners are leading the charge in these efforts, so why not deliver news to you in an easy to consume format via your mobile device.
If you haven’t downloaded the Microsoft Partner Information mobile app yet, you can download the Microsoft Partner Info app for your phone in the following ways:
After installing the app, please let us know your feedback as it will help with any additional updates.