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User Group Summit Early Bird Pricing Ends Thursday, June 27th!

  • 1.  User Group Summit Early Bird Pricing Ends Thursday, June 27th!

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    Posted Jun 26, 2019 09:22 AM

    Hello Everyone,

    You have heard several of us over the years talk about our Summit Experiences. I wanted to pass along a reminder that User Group Summit early bird pricing* expires at 11:59 p.m. ET, Thursday, June 27. Register today and save up to $500 on the largest annual conference for Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement and Dynamics CRM users!  (In sunny Orlando, FL this year!)

     You can't afford to miss: 

    • 3+ days of learning, sharing and network-building to get full value from technologies you're using right now. 
    • 100+ courses, for deep insights, time-saving tips and tricks, and practical ideas you can implement right away. 
    • Outstanding networking with peers – plus access to ISVs, partners, Microsoft experts and others, all eager to offer instruction and share proven insights.
    • On-demand Session Recordings. While registering, upgrade your Summit experience to include Session Recordings and get on-demand post-Summit access to 200+ sessions!
    • Pre-Conference Academy training to build practical skills you can apply year-round. Check out more than 25 D365 CE and CRM sessions. (Register today for Pre-Conference Academy and you could win a Microsoft Surface Laptop 2!)
    • All-new offerings for 2019, like expert advice on Dynamics 365 CE and Dynamics CRM at the expanded User Group Medics Station, the excitement of 4 simultaneous sessions in 1 room at the Power Zone, Active Shooter Preparedness and Personal Cyber Privacy & Security training from Personal Academy, and much more! 

    This is the "must-attend" event for Microsoft Dynamics 365 CE and CRM, so don't miss this limited-time opportunity to save up to $500.

    I've been fortunate to attend Summit for the last 6 years, and it is unlike any other conference I've ever attended. So many conferences have someone at the front of the room talking at you and leave little time for questions. At Summit, my experience has been much more of a collaborative environment. Yes, there are speakers at the front of the room, but it is like a user group meeting - they involve you, you can ask questions and the presentations are shared with attendees at the end of the conference. The knowledge sharing, networking, getting questions answered, finding solutions on the expo floor and the fun events after the conference day is done are part of what drives me to put Summit in my Education Request year after year.

    The Schedule and Session Descriptions are posted for this year's event - so I would encourage you to take a look!

    Thanks,
    Jen



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    Jennifer Johnson
    Marketing Operations Specialist
    Inpro
    Muskego WI
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