What do Microsoft Dynamics Professionals Hope to Get from WPC 2011?

With Worldwide Partner Conference 2011 set to begin next week in Los Angeles, Dynamics professionals will arrive with a variety of goals - networking with their peers, connecting with the right Microsoft executives, and hearing Microsoft's technology vision, and digging into the product roadmap.

We asked some of our favorite Dynamics experts what they hope to get out of WPC.  Here's what they told us:

"I'm interested in more specifics about the next version of GP running on Microsoft Azure in a browser.  I'm also interested in seeing what additional web services will be offered out of the box with the next release of SL."

-Jack Boyer, Boyer & Associates


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