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Let’s Learn Live Sneak Peak

We're fast approaching summer, which means our Let’s Learn Live: Virtual Summit is just around the corner! Our Microsoft Dynamics GP customers may be familiar with our previous on-site events in cities such as Minneapolis, Houston and Chicago, but on May 14 we're taking our coursework online with a series of half-day webinars. Here are five reasons to sign-up today.

It’s free

All you have to do is register! Learn from our senior consultants and product experts covering topics all around Dynamics GP. You can even enjoy lunch on our partners by registering for our Lunch & Learn with Partner Sponsors session.

Build your own schedule

Decide what fits into your work day and build your own schedule. With the flexibility of our online event, you can attend our sessions and that longstanding meeting you can’t reschedule. Whether you join us from your desk or a café down the street, you can participate from anywhere at anytime! 

“GP Next” and the latest on GP

Is GP dead? How is Dynamics 365 Business Central different from GP? Is Microsoft going to force you to migrate to the cloud? These are just a few of the many questions that the GP community is asking and we want to answer them. Carol Livingston, our GP practice director, will discuss how we are Building the Future of Dynamics GP. This session will highlight key points from Microsoft, including what's coming down the line and how Columbus is addressing the needs of the GP community. And yes, cloud migration and Business Central readiness will be covered.

Discover new GP enhancements from partners

Our lunch and learn session isn’t only for free lunch—it's a chance to learn from some of our most valued ISV partners about how to customize your GP solution with even more functionality. Hear directly from Avalara, Avidxchange, Binary Stream, eOne Solutions, HighJump, k-eCommerce and SalesPad about how their solutions integrate with and enhance GP.

Win a pass to GPUG User Summit

You'll have a chance to win a free attendee pass to GPUG User Summit 2019 on October 13-18 in Orlando, FL (a $1000 value)! Those who attend 2 or more sessions during the day will automatically be entered in our drawing for a chance to win.

Join our team, business partners and peers to see what's new for your Dynamics GP solution and continue to maximize your GP investment. Be sure to check out our full agenda to plan your day. See you there!

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