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Microsoft Dynamics GP Partner Connections (GPPC) Town Hall Meeting with Microsoft’s Jeff Edwards

Join Microsoft's Jeff Edwards, Director of Channel Strategy, for the next GPPC virtual Town Hall Meeting on Wednesday, October 19 at 1:00pm (ET). In this radio talk-show style call, GPPC Director Kim Peterson will talk to Jeff about hot topics that affect Partners and ISVs. This meeting will focus on the MPN transition to Pay for Performance, which will take effect in January 2012. Dial in to understand Microsoft’s perspective on how the changes are landing and the impacts and opportunities for the Dynamics GP Channel.

You’re also invited to submit your own questions that will be covered in the partner Q&A portion of the call. Please submit your questions to Kim@GPUG.com prior to the event with the subject line ‘Jeff Edwards.’

Event: Dynamics GP Partner Town Hall Meeting with Jeff Edwards
Date: Wednesday, October 19
Time: 1:00 - 2:00pm (ET)
Cost: Free
Register: http://www.gpug.com/events/virtualpartnertownhallmeetingjeffedwards10192011?date=2011-10

Who Should Attend? All Microsoft Dynamic GP Partners and ISVs are welcome to attend the Town Hall Meeting.

About GPPC Town Hall Meetings: It’s more important than ever for partners to have open connections with Microsoft executives. GPPC wants to play an important role by being an advocate to both partners and Microsoft. That’s why we’ve created this exciting series of quarterly Virtual Town Hall Meetings. Dynamics GP VARs and ISVs are invited to this exclusive virtual event on a quarterly basis. The event will help build competencies in the Partner community and provides a means of keeping key Microsoft executives in tune with the issues and topics partners care about.

About Jeff Edwards: Jeff is responsible for Microsoft's ERP Partner Strategy which includes partner program (MPN) requirements, Partner branding and Partner compensation.

About GPPC: GP Partner Connections (GPPC) is a peer-to-peer, independent professional networking group for Dynamics GP Implementation Partners and ISVs. GPPC is dedicated to increasing the knowledge and competency of Implementation Professionals, Consultants, and Technical Sales Engineers. The group provides a conduit for all parties to hear, listen, plan and move forward together.

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