PreGAME 2012 for Microsoft Dynamics GP Partners at Convergence 2012

From the Dynamics GP User Group (GPUG):

All Microsoft Dynamics GP Partners are invited to attend PreGAME 2012 in Houston on Saturday, March 17, 2012. Happening just prior to Convergence, PreGAME gives Dynamics GP Partners an opportunity to focus on networking, education, preparation and strategy-building for Dynamics GP "12" before customers start arriving in Houston.

PreGAME features sessions for Dynamics GP Partners in sales & marketing, consultant and developer roles. Sessions will be led by Microsoft Dynamics GP executives and will give Partners an opportunity to learn about new features in Dynamics GP "12" and what should be done now to prepare for this significant upcoming release.

At the end of PreGAME, Microsoft will be hosting a Town Hall Meeting with reception, which will give Partners an exclusive opportunity to ask questions and gain insight about the future of Dynamics GP directly from key Dynamics GP leaders and executives.

Event: PreGAME 2012
Date: Saturday, March 17
Time: 1:00-4:30pm
Location: Houston, TX
Cost: Free

Preliminary Agenda (subject to change)
1:00pm - 1:30pm General Session
1:45pm - 2:45pm Breakout Sessions for Sales/Marketing, Consultants, and Developers
3:00pm - 4:30pm Deep Dive Sessions for Sales/Marketing, Consultants, and Developers

PreGAME is hosted by Dynamics GP Partner Connections (GPPC), a peer-to-peer Partner networking group dedicated to increasing the knowledge and competency of those who work with Dynamics GP.

Specific session, location and registration details will be available shortly. Please watch PartnerSource and the GP Partner Connections website for updates. All Dynamics GP Partners are welcome to attend, whether or not you're attending Convergence 2012. Click here to register!

Stay connected to the event. Follow #GPUG and #Conv12 on Twitter and use the hashtags on all of your conference related Tweets.

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