Microsoft Offers Partners More Details on Envision Conference Plans, Goals

On a conference call earlier this week, when it came time for Microsoft to take questions about Envision from Dynamics ISVs, the queue was long and unhappy. Microsoft representatives reportedly answered a range of questinos about the new event, which replaces Convergence. Partners had not been given advanced warning of the last week's announcement, so calls like the one held for past sponsors represented the first chance for many to hear what the changes really mean.


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What a load...

... of bullshit. "Decision Makers with purchasing power" my ass... The serious ones won't turn up, and you don't want the others. So, what was the intent of this?

Pool on Attendance for this?

My guess.
3550 attendees (including Convention Center staff and Microsoft personnel)

My guess is 400 paid

Not counting the expo vendors.