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AXUG PreGAME Kicks Off at Convergence 2012; Data Masons Providing Roundtable Panelists

The Dynamics AX User Group's PreGAME kicked off today in Houston to start what is sure to be an exciting Convergence 2012 event. This event is for VARs and ISVs to network, pick up tips on a variety of AX topics and collaborate with Microsoft team members.

An active AXUG member and event participant, Data Masons will join the PreGAME, providing panelists for the roundtable discussons:

Glenn McPeak: Navigating the CfMD Process

David Irvine: Product Development Experiences with Dynamics AX 2012

Dennis Bruce: Best Practices for Working with VARs

The Complete AXUG PreGAME Agenda:

1:00-1:30p Registration & Partner Networking
1:30-2:45p Dynamics AX VAR Session (ISVs Also Welcome)Roundtable Discussion Topics: Dynamics AX 2012 Upgrade & New
Implementation Experiences; Customer Experiences with BI & Reporting
2:45-3:00p AXPAC Overview, AXUG Summit 2012 Preview, Overview of Academic Alliance
3:00-3:15p Networking Break
3:15-4:30p Dynamics AX ISV Session (VARs Also Welcome)Roundtable Discussion Topics: Navigating the CfMD Process; Best Practices for
Working with VARs; Product Development Experiences with Dynamics AX 2012
5:00-6:00p Microsoft Executive Q&A
6:00-8:00p Microsoft Partner Reception

Not attending the PreGAME? Stop by the Data Masons booth (#445) to see what you missed and continue the discussions! And follow #CONV12 on Twitter to stay in-the-know on all the conference goings-on!

Convergence 2012, Dynamics User Groups

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