CRMUG Expects High Summit Attendance, Continued Interest in Upcoming Releases, Online Upgrades
Beyond the typical range of sessions, roundtables, and keynotes, CRMUG Summit 2012 attendees can expect a few interesting developments in Seattle this October.
Microsoft's still relatively new Dynamics CRM general manager Dennis Michalis is expected to be on hand to speak to users, along with other representatives of the CRM team.
CRMUG is also experiencing significant growth this year, nearly doubling in size, according to new group director Tony Stein. A Fargo native, Stein has been at the role for about four month, but has a long Dynamics history going back to earlier days with GP and a decade at Microsoft, including work with Dynamics CRM starting with version 1.