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imageGuest blogger CRM MVP Neil Benson announces a milestone for the team and sends you an invitation.

Join other Microsoft Dynamics CRM users for the first CRMUG UK meeting. This is a valuable opportunity to become acquainted with, and share your challenges and solutions with other local CRM users, partners, and Microsoft personnel.

Date/time: Friday 1 April 2011, from 12pm to 3pm (with lunch)

Location: Microsoft Campus, Building 3 (Chicago Auditorium), Thames Valley Park, Reading, RG6 1WG.

Cost: The event is free.

Audience: All Microsoft Dynamics CRM customers. Microsoft partners attending with a customer are welcome too.



* Welcome to CRMUG and introductions
* First look at CRM 2011
* CRM best practices and real-life customer stories
* Ask an expert Q&A session
* Networking with other CRM users

You can find out more and register for the event here.

About the CRMUG
The Dynamics CRM User Group (CRMUG) is an association of companies sharing the common interest of optimising their usage of Microsoft Dynamics CRM. This independent community of users gets together (remotely and face-to-face) through a myriad of conferences, virtual tools, and programs to share knowledge and best practices. Membership and active participation in CRMUG can make all the difference in the effective use of your Dynamics CRM software. Learn about membership benefits:

Regional Chapters enhance your membership in CRMUG by offering face-to-face interaction and knowledge-sharing with other Microsoft Dynamics CRM users in your region. By having meetings centrally located within your region, users from all job roles and levels in your company can participate by only driving a short distance. All job roles are welcome: marketing, sales, service, IT.

CRM MVP Neil Benson

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