eXtreme365 returns to US in November 2017

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The eXtreme365 team has announced plans for their next event, November 6 to 9 in Long Beach, California. The conference will feature three Microsoft executives as keynote speakers, spanning the entire Intelligent Business Cloud.

Keynote speakers over the four day event will include Microsoft corporate vice president Ron Huddleston, leader of the One Commercial Partner organization; CVP James Phillips, who leads the business application group; and Alysa Taylor, Microsoft general manager for business applications.

“We’re very excited to bring Extreme365 back to Long Beach,” says eXtreme365’s Joe Corigliano. “We are looking forward to bringing Dynamics partners and Microsoft together once again.”

The eXtreme365 organization has broadened its event focus in the last year as Microsoft has evolved its Dynamics ERP and CRM strategy. From a product perspective, the event now focuses on Dynamics 365’s CRM apps as well as Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations Business edition, the SMB ERP solution. Beyond product, the event has also evolved to offer a forum for partner executives and a communication channel to Microsoft personnel on everything from ISV programs to partner enablement and sales strategy.

In addition, eXtreme365 will once again be hosting an Executive Exchange of leading Dynamics365 partners. This group will participate in moderated meetings with Microsoft leadership to cover channel strategy, cloud strategy, and roadmap and vision Dynamics 365 product line.

Tracks will include Sales & Marketing/Industry, Microsoft Channel Operations, and Technical. The Technical tracks will encompass the Dynamics 365 apps including Sales, Marketing, Services, Finance and Operations, and Talent. In addition, other Microsoft business application platform elements will be covered including the Common Data Model, Power Apps, and Flow as well as Power BI, and artificial intelligence. And there will once again be focused sessions on building and deploying on AppSource.