Microsoft will host a free training conference at its offices, 7000 State Highway 161, Building LC1, in Irving, Texas, on Saturday, March 10, starting at 8:30 a.m. All are invited, however, space is limited.
Industry-leading experts in their fields will discuss and provide training in three different tracks of Dynamics 365 including Customer Engagement, Financials & Operations, and Productivity & Strategy.
Attendees are expected from all over the world, including experts, experienced users, and newcomers, from both small and large companies, who will learn and network about Dynamics 365.
As part of a growing trend where large companies are increasingly relying on volunteers to drive initiatives and knowledge about their products, the event has been organized by volunteers in conjunction with Microsoft.
Conference organizer, Brandon Ahmad, well-known as an expert in Dynamics 365 Performance Tuning for the Enterprise Resource Management product space, said, “all of us volunteers care about the quality and honesty of our events. No one is paid for this event, but we all worked many hours outside of our jobs to make these sessions informative and helpful. We are really proud of the quality of information here.”
According to the volunteers, Microsoft has been very open in letting them choose the content and offer honest messages.
“We had free reign over all session content and layout, while Microsoft provided a facility and assisted with speakers where needed. We have Microsoft employees speaking who we also invited,“ Ahmad said.
Microsoft MVP and CRM Developer, Razwan Choudry, summarizes the conference by saying, “It provides an immersive experience into CRM, ERP and Digital transformation all in a day. You feel like you have downloaded many years of experiences shared by so many experts. Even paid conferences don’t offer the level and quality that Dynamics Saturday provides, and it’s completely free.”
All attendees will have the opportunity to win door prizes and take part in a drawing for a Microsoft Surface at the end of the conference.
Conference attendee space is limited. The agenda can be viewed and registration completed here: