TAMPA, Fla., Oct. 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Microsoft Dynamics GP User Group (GPUG®) is pleased to announce the recipients of the inaugural 2016 GPUG Volunteer Awards for both Users and Partners. These Award recipients were recognized during a ceremony at GPUG Summit in Tampa, FL, earlier this month.
The GPUG Volunteer Program provides an avenue for Dynamics GP members to get further engaged by sharing their time and talents, while developing personally and professionally, making a meaningful impact, and being recognized for their valuable contributions. Members earn points for each volunteer activity contributed during the annual program year (Sep. 1-August 31); there are three levels of annual awards based on point totals.
Congratulations to the following GPUG User Members who earned the Sapphire Volunteer Award (250-399 points): Andrew Ells, Fitness EM LLC; Bert Green, Berger Transfer & Storage, Inc.; Brian Lambertz, Connexus Energy; Denise Brown, Hoosier Energy REC, Inc.; Jackie C Yip, Kent Regional Fire Authority; Jeff Morlen, Delta Medical Systems; Jessica Gorski, Data2 Corporation; Joyce VanJura, Luby's Fuddruckers, LLC; Margo Call, Nueterra Holdings, LLC; Michelle Wagner, Libby, Perszyk, Kathman (LPK); Palma Hirschfelder Wurzel, IntertechCi; Sara Young, Landmark; Viola Shoell, Public Utility District No 1 of Franklin County.
Congratulations to the following GPUG User Members who earned the Ruby Volunteer Award (400-599 points): Beat Bucher, Ultra-Electronics Forensic Technology Inc.; Frank Heslin, ExamWorks, Inc.; Kathy Kim, Donor Network of Arizona; Michelle Kocher, Delta Medical Systems; Rick Zich, Coopers DIY; Thomas Weaver, Excelsior College.
Congratulations to the following GPUG User Members who earned the Emerald Volunteer Award (600+ points): Aaron Back, CareSource; Steve Erbach, WOW Logistics.
Dynamics GP partners play a critical role in supporting and strengthening the GPUG community. The contribution and commitment of partners is critical to the success of GPUG. Congratulations to the following Partners who earned the Granite Award (950+ points): Belinda Allen, Njevity, Inc.; Derek Krebs, MSX Group; Jeannette Coty Bachellor, Coty Consulting, Inc.; Leslie Vail, Accounting Systems Consulting, Inc.; Nicole Albertson, SmartConnect; Noah Moseley, MSX Group; Rod O'Connor, Briware Solutions Inc.
"These Volunteers have shared their knowledge with their peers through webinars and Chapter meetings, magazine articles and blog posts, and have benefited the community by serving on committees or on the Board of Advisors. We are incredibly thankful for these members who have given their time and talents to GPUG – their contributions help GPUG grow and flourish," said Laura Gariano, Volunteer Engagement Manager, Dynamic Communities.
ABOUT GPUG VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
GPUG relies strictly on Members' and Partners' volunteer efforts to help the community grow. The Volunteer Program provides various opportunities for volunteers to donate their time and talents through, presenting, instructing, serving, or writing. For more information on volunteering with GPUG, visit: www.gpug.com/volunteer.
ABOUT DYNAMIC COMMUNITIES
Dynamic Communities is the business management organization that supports technology-centric user groups and associations – providing necessary resources and business operations such as staff, systems and event production. Dynamic Communities is independent from Microsoft; however, the two organizations maintain an intentional close working relationship so that our members can provide a collective voice to Microsoft on user concerns, needs, and requests.
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