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Extreme CRM Drew More Than 345 Microsoft Partners
Extreme CRM Drew More Than 345 Microsoft Partners

 
October 10, 2011 8:29AM
Over 345 Microsoft Dynamics CRM Partners Were in Las Vegas for Extreme CRM
 


Oct 10, 2011, Las Vegas, NV -- Last week more than 345 Microsoft Dynamics Channel partners were in Las Vegas at the extreme CRM 2011 event. Extreme CRM is the year's largest and most comprehensive Microsoft Dynamics CRM conference. Partners [came] to Vegas from Canada, Germany, Italy, and the United Kingdom. This year was a 15 percent growth of attendees from last years event.

Created for partners, by partners, extreme CRM is host to Microsoft executives, partners, sales specialists, IT staff, developers, CIOs, ISVs, and many others whose businesses are affected by or based upon CRM. At extreme, role-specific content, selected by Microsoft Dynamics partners, insures attendees choose from relevant sessions about some of the hottest topics in business management software today. extreme CRM 2011 will equip those in attendance with new marketing strategies, enhanced sales effectiveness, and "best practice" implementation and development techniques. There were 49 different speakers who contributed their time and talent to produce 66 different sessions across the four specific tracks.

Extreme CRM is pleased to recognize two of extreme's board of directors' members who helped make the event successful, Ray Beste, Technical Content Lead from Sikich, and Bryan Tuttle, Technical Director. Their contributions to this year's conference are invaluable. In addition, those in the Dynamics community would like to recognize extreme's two esteemed directors, John Verdon and Christy Spokely. Their vision and direction have shaped extreme's ambitious course and success.

This year's conference in Las Vegas helped inform, educate, and nurture the Microsoft Dynamics partner ecosystem. Extreme CRM did not end this week in Las Vegas, however; Microsoft is eager for its next anticipated conference which will take place in Berlin, Germany, in 2012, for its European partners. For more information, visit www.extremecrm.com.
 

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