TAMPA, Fla., Oct. 12, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Dynamic Communities, the supporting organization behind the Dynamics GP User Group (GPUG), kicks off GPUG Summit in Tampa, FL, gathering 2,000 Dynamics GP users for role-based, user-produced education and dedicated networking October 11-14, 2016.
GPUG Summit officially opened at the Amalie Arena with a compelling keynote experience from Scott Guthrie, Microsoft Executive Vice President, Microsoft Cloud and Enterprise Group and Ray Wang, Principal Analyst, Founder, and Chairman of Constellation Research, Inc. Wang encouraged businesses to take advantage of data and intelligence and showed the impact on digital disruption trends. Guthrie shared how Microsoft is enabling businesses to transform digitally and unveiled the next generation of intelligent business applications from Microsoft. Guthrie gave Summit attendees their first look at how these applications are helping businesses engage with their customers, empower employees, optimize operations and transform products. "Summit is dedicated to educating organizations using Dynamics to be more proficient in their use of the technology thereby propelling business success," said Janet Lampert, Dynamic Communities, Inc. President and COO. "As such, we are thrilled Scott Guthrie was able to attend and provide a first-hand look at the future of Dynamics for our attendees."
Tuesday evening featured an opening reception and dedicated expo hours for attendees to network with peers and over 230 exhibitors with add-on products for Microsoft Dynamics AX, Dynamics CRM, Dynamics GP, Dynamics NAV, and Power BI. Throughout the week, Summit attendees can expect 170+ educational breakout sessions focused on optimizing current Dynamics GP implementations.
GPUG is celebrating its tenth anniversary with the largest attendance of Summit, to date, and has various commemorative giveaways planed throughout the week. To tune in to live broadcasts of Summit, visit: www.gpugsummit.com.
Dynamic Communities is the business management organization that supports GPUG and other similar 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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