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For those of you outside the United States, yesterday America went into a sort of holiday binge of food, beer and Super Bowl . Part of what makes the Super Bowl a great sporting event is the adverts aired throughout the game – in fact, the ads are a part of the Super Bowl culture as much as the half time show. Just to give you an idea of how much the sport matters, a single 30-second advert during the Super Bowl can cost up to $400 million, or $133.3K per second
Today, I wanted to share the new advert that Microsoft has released for Super Bowl XLVIII. It is a celebration of what technology can do for us and how it can empower us all to achieve more. The advert is narrated by Steve Gleason, a former NFL player now living with a Motor Neurone Disease (MND) called Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease
If you are using Microsoft Dynamics GP or Microsoft Dynamics SL, you can read more about the applicable functionality here. Watch the video below for a brief demo of the capabilities of Business Analyzer for Microsoft …
I’ve asked the MSDYNGP development team to write up short blog posts on what they will talking about at the roadshow. This will give consultant an idea of will be covered in the afternoon event that will go pretty deep. Our first guest blogger is Kevin Racer. Enjoy! Pam First let me introduce myself, my name is Kevin Racer and I’m a Senior Program Manager Lead on the Microsoft Dynamics GP team. I spend my days working on improving our architecture and tools. Over the last several months we’ve been looking closely at our architecture in order to understand how it can deliver against the rapidly changing technological landscape of today and the foreseeable future. I think we all recognize the impact Cloud computing has had and will have in the future. In answer to that challenge we’ve begun work on a fundamental transformation of the GP architecture to be more service based. At this point we are terming it our “Service Based Architecture” feature. We initially showed a prototype of the architecture at our September Technical Airlift in Fargo and will begin to discuss this in greater depth with our partners on our upcoming seven city partner GP NOW & NEXT roadshow in February. We will also leverage it to support parts of our Convergence future demos in the general session. The Service Based Architecture, codenamed DexNext, is slated for release in calendar Q42 of 2014 and we are well on our way in developing the components that make up this major feature. The Service Based Architecture has at its core two new capabilities.
Attention all MSDYNGP partners. We delivered our first roadshow yesterday in Dallas. We had terrific feedback and the partners who attended were excited. We did however find a communication issue were certain roles didn’t know they should attend. Below I included more information on the roadshow and what content we are providing. Two important points: 1. Our development team is presenting in the afternoon, so we are going deep into the product. 2. We will ship Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2 in Calendar Q2 of this year and will ship Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 in Q4 of this year. So we are in a major launch cadence, so lots to learn. Registration Link: https://mbs.microsoft.com/partnersource/northamerica/news-events/news/MSDGPNowAndNextRoadShow Morning Session: Roles: Business Leaders, Practice Managers, Presales Leadership & Results Sales & Marketing Resources Sales Excellence MicrosoftDynamics GP Roadmap & Vision Afternoon Session: Roles: Presales, Consultants (12:30pm – 4:00pm) Consultants would get value from the Roadmap and Vision in the morning. Microsoft Dynamics GP NOW: What’s New Since Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Apps. What is Here and What is Coming. How to Get Them and Hook Them Up