It’s clear the Microsoft strategy and Dynamics 365 offerings continue to evolve.
Just look at the discussions taking place at both Directions and Inner Circle meetings – there’s much work to be done and a willingness by Microsoft to listen to the views of their Partner channel and customers in refining the Dynamics 365 product and pricing.
That’s why we’re pleased to have Alysa Taylor, Microsoft general manager of global marketing for cloud and enterprise business applications and industry division address eXtreme365 in one of our vision keynotes.
eXtreme365 Long Beach is Nov 6-9, drawing partners and others across the Dynamics community for three days to hear Microsoft’s vision, bring greater clarity to product development, hear about real-world solutions and attain practical training. All this while building personal networks in small group settings.
It’s Alysa’s leadership that will help evolve and simplify Dynamics 365 offerings and message. The goal is to increase ease of selection for customers and ecosystem with pricing and products that work for both the Partner to sell and the customer to use.
As Microsoft Partners, it’s probably cliché to say change is the new constant. But it’s change which evolves the products, diversifies your offerings and brings the greatest opportunities.
• Microsoft’s go-to-market strategy and programs
• Dynamics 365 SKUs, pricing and licensing
• Sessions will also go deep on exploring the strategic sale of Dynamics 365 and The Intelligent Business Cloud.
Product understanding is one thing, however, change within your own companies and business workflows creates an entirely different challenge.
Keeping with the theme of change, Sid Mohassib, strategic innovation leader and author of The Caterpillar’s Edge will keynote as well. A Harvard-trained negotiator, a member of over a dozen for- and non-profit boards, this serial entrepreneur and many times over CEO has many impressive accomplishments and a fascinating personal background.
Sid’s true expertise is in connecting theory and reality and helping people see the bend in the road ahead and make visions a reality.
He’ll have key messages for anyone building, evolving or changing their business model. That makes his keynote a great fit for eXtreme365.
An adjuct professor at the University of California, you can read more about Sid Mohassib here.
Some programs at eXtreme365 fill fast. Now’s the time to register and save $300 on at-the-door pricing. You can register here.