The annual Microsoft Business Solutions customer conference will be here before you know it. Convergence 2005 starts on March 6th in San Diego, CA. Be sure to visit the official website and register ASAP.
Here is a summary from the website....
March 6-9, 2005
San Diego Convention Center
San Diego, California, United States
Welcome to Convergence 2005, the premier event for Microsoft Business Solutions customers. Each year we come together for an intense four days of sharing ideas and exploring ways that will increase the efficiency of your business now and in the future. Thank you for joining us.
Convergence 2005 promises to be our most exciting event ever. You will be busy from the moment you arrive - from the opening sessions and plentiful networking opporunities and hands-on labs and in-depth solutions sessions. You'll also be treated to compelling presentations from Microsoft's most inspiring executives, including Bill Gates and Doug Burgum.
This is your conference, so we encourage you to make the most of it. Widen your circle of contacts. Expand your knowledge base. Identifiy new business opportunities. Convergence is about creating memorable experiences that can help unlock your true business potentional. It's where issues become answers. And in 2005, it's where business is headed.
I'm definitely going to be there. I've never been to Convergence before, i'm more of a Tech Conference kinda guy, but i've heard for years how awesome this event is so i'm really looking forward to it. I hope to see my fellow MVP's there and i'll be hanging out in the new MBS Community Room as well. See ya in San Diego!
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