Microsoft Convergence 2010 takes place April 24 – 27 in Atlanta.
If you have not had the experience of attending the biggest annual Microsoft user event, Convergence, I suggest giving it a try.
This year, the event takes place in Atlanta from April 24th through the 27th. It’s big, it’s high-energy, and it’s a great way to plug into the Microsoft user community.
Many of our clients attend, and Brittenford Systems will be represented there. If you plan to go, please let us know so we can connect with you at the event.
Convergence is your opportunity to participate in an exceptional program including a variety of tracks, speakers, detailed product demonstrations and hands-on learning sessions to better understand how you can further leverage your investment in Dynamics software.
Here are four great reasons to attend:
Expand Your Horizons.
- Learn how to use the technical resources and support available.
- Understand how to empower your people to use functionality that they already own, and free your technical support team.
- Investigate additional Microsoft Dynamics functionality and third-party vendor solutions.
- Connect with Users and Microsoft Experts.
- Hear firsthand success stories from other users
- Consult with Microsoft product experts.
- Get free technical support and participate in hands-on lab exercises.
- Get Current On Microsoft Products.
- Participate in your choice of more than 400 sessions covering Microsoft Dynamics and the latest Microsoft products.
- Learn how your solution integrates easily with other Microsoft technologies.
- Understand Microsoft’s Plans for Dynamics
- Learn about the product development strategy.
- Get insight into Microsoft’s future direction and investments so you can align your business to take best advantage.
Plus, Convergence 2010 Atlanta is cost-effective and easy to attend. Atlanta offers many affordable hotel options, and the event starts on a Saturday so it will take less time from the work week.
To learn more or register for Convergence 2010 in Atlanta, just visit the Convergence Web site or join one of the conversations below.