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Extreme 2011 Las Vegas Draws Large Dynamics CRM Crowd

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Extreme 2011 Las Vegas Draws Large Dynamics CRM Crowd

 This year’s Extreme CRM conference, Extreme 2011 Las Vegas, drew a crowd of over 300 to the event created by and for Microsoft Dynamics CRM Channel Partners. The success of the event highlights the growing demand for Microsoft Dynamics CRM and the growing body of knowledge that Dynamics CRM partners tap into to make sure customers get the best experience they can.

 Attendance rose by 15 percent from a year ago, and sponsorships rose 57 percent. Among those in attendance were Microsoft executives, Microsoft partners, business IT staff, CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, and ISVs. They converged in Las Vegas from locations across the United States, Italy, Canada, Germany, and the United Kingdom.

 Visiting a conference is a great way for Microsoft partners to learn about new marketing approaches, current trends in the CRM market, and new techniques to help them better serve CRM customers. For the customers, conferences provide educational tools that executives such as CIOs, CFOs, and IT staff can take back to their organizations and use to improve their experiences with Microsoft Dynamics CRM, or help them make the decision to license it for their organizations.

 A conference is also a good way to learn about customer relationship management in general. Customers at conferences have the chance to learn more about buzzwords like “cloud” and “SaaS” so that they can go back to their organizations and make informed decisions. It is also a good way to get department heads on the same page when making decisions about software that will affect the entire organization.

 The next Extreme CRM conference will be in Extreme CRM 2012 Berlin February 5 - 8, 2012 for Microsoft Dynamics CRM European partners.

 Press Release: Over 300 Microsoft Dynamics CRM Partners Were in Las Vegas for Extreme CRM

 

 By CRM Software Blog Editors, Find a Dynamics CRM Expert

 

Extreme 2011 Las Vegas Draws Large Dynamics CRM Crowd

 

 

 

This year’s Extreme CRM conference, Extreme 2011 Las Vegas, drew a crowd of over 300 to the event created by and for Microsoft Dynamics CRM Channel Partners. The success of the event highlights the growing demand for Microsoft Dynamics CRM and the growing body of knowledge that Dynamics CRM partners tap into to make sure customers get the best experience they can.

 

 

 

Attendance rose by 15 percent from a year ago, and sponsorships rose 57 percent. Among those in attendance were Microsoft executives, Microsoft partners, business IT staff, CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, and ISVs. They converged in Las Vegas from locations around the United States, Italy, Canada, Germany, and the United Kingdom.

 

 

 

Visiting a conference is a great way for Microsoft partners to learn about new marketing approaches, current trends in the CRM market, and new techniques to help them better serve CRM customers. For the customers, conferences provide educational tools that executives such as CIOs, CFOs, and IT staff can take back to their organizations and use to improve their experiences with Microsoft Dynamics CRM, or help them make the decision to license it for their organizations.

 

 

 

A conference is also a good way to learn about customer relationship management in general. Customers at conferences have the chance to learn more about buzzwords like “cloud” and “SaaS” so that they can go back to their organizations and make informed decisions. It is also a good way to get department heads on the same page when making decisions about software that will affect the entire organization.

 

 

 

The next Extreme CRM conference will be in Extreme CRM 2012 Berlin February 5 - 8, 2012 for Microsoft Dynamics CRM European partners.

 

 

 

Press Release: Over 300 Microsoft Dynamics CRM Partners Were in Las Vegas for Extreme CRM

 

 

 

 

 

By CRM Software Blog Editors, Find a Dynamics CRM Expert

 

 

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