The month of May has officially arrived, and that means the inaugural GPUG Amplify is almost here!
In this 2nd of my 3-part blog series, I’ll dig into what you can expect to see
& hear at this new event beginning May 23rd at the Marriott Anaheim. I posted a preview two months ago to get the ball started regarding all of the Dynamics GP 2016 material
we’ll showcase via our friends at Microsoft, but GPUG Amplify contains SO MUCH
other information as well. Here's another look at what you can expect, content-wise, at GPUG Amplify:
Mark Polino from Fastpath, a Dynamics GP MVP, has a brand new
session on reimplementing Dynamics GP security.
It wouldn’t be a Dynamics GP event without a presentation from Mark and
while he’s hung up the ’50 Tips in 50 Minutes’ gig for good, he’ll make you think
a great deal about paying more attention to your security matrix in short
Amber Bell from Training Dynamo has officially been passed
the ‘GP Tips’ torch from Mark Polino and she’s more than ready to help attendees
with her own brand of Dynamics GP tricks.
This session will have a different name & format from Mark’s classic
presentations, but the knowledge level you’ll add won’t change. Amber’s ‘GP Superhero’ session just might pay
for your GPUG Amplify registration by itself.
Martin Olsen from eOneSolutions will be there,
of course, and that means we’ll have sessions on SmartList Builder and
Extender. Additionally, Martin has a brand new
session on App Integration. He’s tried
out several business applications – some he likes & uses, others not so
much. Regardless, integrating these into
Dynamics GP is a hot topic for him these days, and he’ll share his recent
experiences here while encouraging you to contemplate the same thinking around
Dynamics GP MVP Leslie Vail has two
comprehensive sessions to present to GPUG Amplify attendees: one on application configuration best
practices and an advanced session on Dynamics GP macros. She brings years of experience with Dynamics GP to every presentation she gives, and we're happy to have her in our corner once again!
Having attended 13 of the previous 14 Convergence
conferences, I’m extremely pleased with what we’ve built here and equally
grateful to all that are contributing.
GPUG Amplify is ‘Convergence-like’ in many ways, thus I am confident
that attendees will be more than pleased with our content offerings. This series finishes up early next week with one final post just like this one that digs deep into what you can
expect. Come join us for this
first-of-its-kind event and be a part of Dynamics GP history!
Looking forward to seeing you in Anaheim soon!