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The Dynamics CRM team will again be participating at the eXtremeCRM conference held this year in Berlin from February 5th – 8th.  Sessions are being presented by the CRM R&D and Product Management teams and details can be found here. I will also be speaking at the event, and hope to see you there.

eXtremeCRM offers session tracks for sales and marketing professionals, implementers, and developers and these tracks are designed exclusively for those in the Microsoft Dynamics CRM ecosystem. This year, eXtremeCRM will be host to the first Practice Leader Summit, a workshop-style event for partner leadership that will address the key business issues facing partner businesses today. The eXtreme App Challenge will be another eXtremeCRM first this year, as partners face-off in their attempt to create the most compelling CRM application.

eXtremeCRM 2012 Berlin is 100% focused on Microsoft Dynamics CRM and as such is the place to connect to the Microsoft Dynamics CRM product and strategy.

Craig Dewer, Director, Microsoft Dynamics CRM Product Management, David Brown, EMEA CRM Product Lead and Eric Boocock, Sr. Technical Product Manager, will deliver keynotes on the state of the CRM
business, our recent fall release and our cloud services strategy. We also have a keynote on the roadmap of Microsoft Dynamics CRM where we plan to announce some great new things coming in in the next release!

In addition, Mike Ehrenberg, Microsoft Technical Fellow and Chief Architect for Microsoft Dynamics, delivers a technical address focused on the future of Microsoft technologies.

There is no other event that offers the rich CRM education, the expert-led sessions, and the enlightening keynote addresses.  It’s a wise investment in your CRM business.

Learn more about the eXtremeCRM 2012 Berlin agenda and to register.


Looking forward to seeing you there.

Amir Jafri

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