January 17 and 22, 2007 - Partner Speed Dating
So the feedback on a lot of our Partner events is that Microsoft Partners want to meet more Microsoft Dynamics Partners. So below we offer you this unique possibility to come together. All the details of this event can be found below. The event is managed and organised by Suzanne Lavine who also has a blog.
January 17, 2007 - Partner Speed Dating Sacramento
9:45 am - 1:00 pm
Microsoft Sacramento Office, 8880 Cal Center Dr., Suite 330
Speed Dating for Partners of all categories - SI's, ISV's, Dynamics (MBS), App Dev, Registered, Certified, Gold, Training, etc
January 22, 2007 - Partner Speed Dating
9:45 am - 1:00 pm
Microsoft San Francisco Office, The Landmark at One Market, Suite 200
Speed Dating for Partners of all categories - SI's, ISV's, Dynamics (MBS), App Dev, Registered, Certified, Gold, Training, etc.
Create a "Circle of Trust", establish relationships with a variety of service partners in order to offer your customers the complete solution. Plus, meet several other types of services providers to better understand the types of solutions available. Attendees participate in raffle for gift cards to variety of retailers.
PLUS - our guest speaker for this month is back by popular demand, the author of The Paradox of Excellence, How Great Performance can Kill Your Business, David Mosby. Dave has thirty-five years of experience in high technology includes nearly twenty years in CEO positions. As founder and CEO of InterWorks Software, Inc., a software development firm that creates specialized customer retention and value reinforcement solutions, Dave has built solutions for many Global 2000 companies including DHL, Kaiser Permanente, and Link Logistics/Starbucks. Previously, Dave was president and CEO of Softguard Systems, Inc., a publicly traded software firm where he increased market capitalization 2,500 percent in three years. Prior to that, he was president of The Systems Support Group and has also led teams at SAGE Software, Boole & Babbage, and University Computing Company. He started his technology career at the NSA and Strategic Air Command.