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Dynamics Summit 2015: Our Thoughts

group at boothThe MetaViewer crew had a great time last week going ALL IN at the Dynamics Summit in Reno, and we hope you did, too! Now that we’re all back in our respective offices and recovered (hopefully) from the Summit fun, we have taken some time to reflect on some of our key takeaways.

  1. Expo: What an energetic, fun, engaging place to be! While we enjoyed being front-and-center at our Premier Sponsor booth, there was not a bad seat in the house in the Expo Hall. We saw some great networking and conversation, awesome marketing collateral, creative giveaways and amazing technology being demonstrated at every booth. You definitely had to be wearing your walking shoes, because there was so much to see and experience, including talks on the Expo stage, bowling, snacking and chatting with industry experts.
  2. Sessions: From the perspective of both presenters and attendees, it was an amazing opportunity to hear other experts talk knowledgeably and passionately about their products, as well as to present our product in front of an interested and engaged audience looking to enhance their Dynamics solutions. We found all the sessions to be informative, well-organized, professionally presented and relevant.
  3. Venue: The Reno-Sparks Convention Center in the Atlantis Resort in the “Biggest Little City in the World” – we don’t think a better venue could have been chosen for this year’s Summit! The class and elegance of the Convention Center was met with the fun and games of the Atlantis and the surrounding city. Outside of the conference, there was definitely no shortage of things to explore, and we had a great time discovering local restaurants and sights.
  4. INvolement: As is common for Microsoft Dynamics, Summit offered conference attendees infinite ways to get involved throughout the week. Whether it was on social media, in pre-conference trainings, at sessions or through The deFacto 5K race, there was no shortage of opportunities to meet people and engage as part of both the Dynamics and surrounding communities.

We hope that your week in Reno was as fulfilling and enjoyable as ours was, and we look forward to seeing you next year in Tampa!

What did you take away from the conference? Share some of your Summit thoughts with us, either in the comments below or on our Facebook page.


Topics: AP Automation, Cloud solutions, Document Management, Microsoft Dynamics