Microsoft Cancels Next Dynamics European Convergence Event “To Save Customers Money”

The lagging world economy has apparently claimed a major Microsoft Dynamics convention as one of its victims.

Microsoft has announced cancellation of its Europe-based Convergence EMEA conference, scheduled for next November in Vienna. Last year's European conference, which serves the European, Middle East, and Asian markets, was held last November in Copenhagen. Attendance at that event was understood to have been close to the previous year's attendance of about 4,000.

Microsoft said it would replace the planned Vienna conference "with local events in select EMEA markets during the October/November timeframe, and content, resources and information will also be made available online." Details have yet to be worked out.


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