GP User Group Ramping Up 2010 Efforts With Outreach, Development


Program development is at the forefront of GP User Group's (GPUG) plans for the future, according to representatives at their year in review webinar that took place on Wednesday.

"The upcoming year will bring significant expansions for GPUG," commented Andy Hafer, CEO of Dynamic Communities Inc., the organization behind GPUG. "Up to now, all of the group's programs have been developed by a shared resource [from] the User Group staff. We've had great programs in the past, heavily relying on the leadership of many GPUG members. The first order of business is to hire a dedicated program director with deep roots in the Great Plains community to take the GPUG to the next level. A dedicated resource ... will help bring great returns and great experiences to members."


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