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The GPUG Summit 2011 (twitter: #gpsummit ) officially starts today! The morning started with the traditional pastry and coffee breakfast – ok, there were also a variety of juices to go along. I managed to sit at a round table with a few Microsoft Escalation Support folks and fellow MVPs Frank Hamelly and Mark Polino.
This week marks the beginning of the Great Plains User Group (GPUG) Summit (twitter: #gpsummit ), live from the Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. I have to admit, this is my first Summit and I am not quite sure what to expect, though I am excited to meet up with a number of industry colleagues who will be attending: Kim Peterson, MVPs Mark Polino , Frank Hamelly , and Leslie Vail , Bob McAdam (twitter: @4mcadam ), Jon Rivers (twitter: @jon_rivers ), and the list goes on and on…
If you are one of those who love cutting edge Microsoft Dynamics GP stuff, then take a look at fellow Microsoft Dynamics GP MVP Jivtesh Singh showing off Business Analyzer on a Microsoft Windows Touch tablet. Jivtesh emphasizes usability, simplicity, and availability of meaningful enterprise data for information consumers who need solid grounds for quick decision making. Furthermore, Jivtesh shows off how you can add more power by using Microsoft Lync integration.
Well folks, as I mentioned before, this year-end is going to be a bit busy on my calendar. In addition to my Las Vegas adventure with the GPUG folks , I am speaking at the MSDynamicsWorld Decisions Fall 2011 virtual conference. This time, I am adding a 30-minute, fast paced Support Debugging Tool session
This is it folks! If you haven’t registered for the GPUG Academy training classes or the GPUG Summit , you are running out of time! This year’s events will take place at the majestic Caesars Palace hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A.