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Dynamic Communities Gathers Hundreds of Dynamics GP Partners for reIMAGINE 2016

By Jenna Knoblauch posted Sep 22, 2016 12:16 PM


reIMAGINE 2016 held September 19-21 in Fargo, ND


Tampa, FL: Dynamic Communities Inc., the supporting organization behind GPUG, the official user group for Microsoft Dynamics® GP users, announced the gathering of over 400 attendees at reimagine reIMAGINE 2016 held September 19-21 in Fargo, ND. reIMAGINE is the annual conference dedicated to Microsoft Dynamics GP Partner and ISV readiness, career development and networking.  

reIMAGINE hosted a variety of educational sessions geared towards consultants, developers, executive management, and sales/marketing roles. GP Partners and ISVs heard from the Microsoft GP Product team on the latest releases of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 and GP 2016 R2. Additional information was provided on Microsoft Dynamics 365, which debuts this November. Microsoft also reiterated their commitment to Dynamics GP and presented the Dynamics GP Roadmap. The event also offered pre- and post-conference instructor-led Academy training courses, taught by industry-leading experts, and Certification Exams offered through the Association of Dynamics Professionals.

“At reIMAGINE, we were able to provide the Dynamics GP Partner community with educational sessions delivered by Microsoft and industry-leading experts geared toward various job roles, ensuring the Partner or ISV organization benefited by attending,” said Janet Lampert, President and COO for Dynamic Communities. “We are grateful to the speakers and Microsoft representatives for putting together a top-notch agenda, featuring valuable Dynamics GP educational content for our Partners this week.”


Dynamic Communities is committed to providing events focused on educational training and networking opportunities for the GP Partner and ISV audience. Visit the website for dates and locations of future events:

Dynamic Communities is the business management organization that supports GPUG and other similar technology-centric user groups and associations – providing necessary resources and business operations such as staff, systems and event production. Dynamic Communities is independent from Microsoft, however the two organizations maintain an intentional close working relationship so that our members can provide a collective voice to Microsoft on user concerns, needs, and requests.