If you are considering attending the Convergence 2010 Atlanta event this April, but still need an extra incentive or two to push you (or your cost-conscious boss) over the edge, I might just be able to help.
In addition to great Microsoft Dynamics ERP content in more than 400 Keynotes, General Sessions, Concurrent Sessions and Hands-on Labs, you can also look forward to a full track of sessions delivered by some of the top speakers from the Office, SharePoint & OCS teams – including what promises to be an unconventional and entertaining General Session with the General Manager of Microsoft Information Worker Products, Fred Studer. (One quick look at the description for his session “The Dynamics Duo! Microsoft Office 2010 & Microsoft Dynamics” got me wondering if I should bring popcorn.)
And if you get tired of soaking up the session content and networking with peers and partners, you can navigate your way through the finger-food and give-aways to one of the four Office and SharePoint booths in the Expo Pavilion. Here you can chat to the real business productivity infrastructure experts before rolling up your sleeves and getting familiar with the Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 betas at one of the many hands-on labs at the conference.
All in all, Convergence Atlanta will be a pretty compelling opportunity to get the full story on how Microsoft Dynamics ERP solutions, together with Microsoft’s current and future business productivity infrastructure, can help empower people to be more productive, simplify business processes and enable seamless customer, partner and supply chain connectivity. Or, as this year’s Convergence tagline puts it: Today-Tomorrow-Together.
For more info, take a look at the Convergence 2010 Atlanta site on Microsoft.com, or check out the videos about the Office track and the rest of the Microsoft Dynamics content at Convergence Atlanta on the Microsoft Dynamics Channel on YouTube.