During the GPUG General session at the User Group Summit 2019 Bob McAdam announced the expansion of the GPUG Board of Advisors with the addition of two international members.
That’s correct, the year will no longer part of the version name for Dynamics GP. In fact version 18 will be the last version of Dynamics GP (in the same way that Windows 10 is the last version of Windows).
There are 25 end users and 34 partners nominated and awaiting your votes for this year’s GPUG All Star award. Think of who of the nominees is out there actively promoting Microsoft Dynamics GP for the great product it is and is helping others with blog posts and helpful responses to forum questions.
You can put forward the names of customers and partners who your feel embody what it means to be a GPUG All Star. Think of people in the GPUG community who are out there actively promoting Microsoft Dynamics GP for the great product it is and who are helping others with blog posts and helpful responses to forum questions.
The fact that the question was asked again has prompted me to write another article to help get the correct message out to the Microsoft Dynamics GP community.
For many years I have dreamed of having a User Summit event in Australia, so that the Asia Pacific region could get some conference “love” without having to travel to the USA. That dream is now a reality with the Summit Australia 2019 conference in Melbourne, Australia.
This is a great opportunity to learn more about the Microsoft Dynamics (especially Dynamics GP) and Power platform products. Register before 12th June to get the Early Bird Discount.
In less than a week, I am getting on a plane and heading west to Johannesburg, South Africa for the User Group World Tour conference. This will be my third Microsoft Dynamics GP conference in South Africa and I am looking foward to spending time with the community again.
If you are not registered yet, now is your chance to learn how to get the most from your software investment.