Apparently, 75th most influential in the DynamicsWorld.co.uk Top 100.
Next year, as a group, let’s all try to knock Doug Burgum off the list entirely. Isn’t he retired and playing golf with Elvis these days?
I am totally getting my butt kicked by the ever attractive Gianmarco Salzano and the Nav guru Guobjartur Pall Guobjartsson in the most recent DynamicsWorld Top 100 Most Influential Dynamics Professional poll.
Any help out there? Remember, bring you proof of voting to Convergence and I’ll buy you a beer. You can vote here: http://www.micropoll.com/a/mpview/1068215-406003
That’s right, everyone’s favorite Dynamics MVP and consistently high rating presenter from Convergence has now published his very first book, Microsoft Dynamics GP Cookbook. Using his patented “50 Tips in 50 Minutes for Dynamics GP” as the foundation, Mark focuses on solving real world problems in his typically witty, endearing and charming way.
Sadly, he didn’t ask me to contribute an introduction, so the book lacks only that to achieve near total perfection.
Howard Baldwin called me the other day to discuss CRM integration in context of an article he was writing on MSDynamicsWorld.com. The article, entitled “Integrating Dynamics Applications: Five Ways to Smooth Potential Organizational Conflict” is out and a good read.
You’ll also see Peter Bertell, the incredibly hardworking leader of the award winning IBIS CRM Team quoted in the same article.
Bill Kennedy posted a great entry called Software Implementation 101. He makes two great points about expectation setting and the make up of client project teams. Its something most of us know, but we don’t always do a great job with.
I talked to Chris Kanaracus, IDG News Service, today about social networks in the workplace. His research was prompted by a research study conducted by Avanade and Coleman Parkes. For more details, please go to http://www.pcworld.com/businesscenter/article/150922/study_social_networks_not_on_many_enterprises_radar.html.