This summer, the Resco team attended Microsoft’s largest conference dedicated to their partner ecosystem – Microsoft Inspire 2018 in Las Vegas with over 17,000 attendees. Together with Microsoft Business Applications Summit in Seattle, it was once again a great opportunity to meet and catch up with our partners, Microsoft reps and influencers within the Business Applications practice.
As the title of this blog post suggests, we had plenty of questions from our partners about business mobility, so here is an excerpt of those we heard most often: Continue reading
Attention Inspire 2017 attendees! For Microsoft’s premier partner event we’ve prepared something a little special this year. So, when planning your trip to Washington D.C. for July 9-13, don’t forget to make a quick stop at your app store and download “Eat with Resco” for a refreshing conference experience. Continue reading
You probably know the drill – you come to a large conference and during lunch hour you try to fight your way through fellow attendees to a meal. And when you finally manage to find a free seat, the cafeteria is usually so busy that trying to have a focused conversation with a colleague, prospect, or a business partner can be quite difficult. Besides, sometimes the food is not that great either.
So why exactly are we describing the scenery of conference canteens? Continue reading
With last year’s turnout well over 16,000 attendees, Microsoft Inspire 2017 is once again set to deliver a week full of networking, learning, and collaboration for partners from all around the world.
If you were a regular attendee in the past, you probably know that Inspire is in fact a new name for Microsoft’s largest partner-centric event of the year, previously known as the Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC). Continue reading
Microsoft recently announced a new plan for its flagship events in 2017: Rescheduling Envision and shifting it to Ignite and renaming the event for partners titled Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) to Inspire. Only the developer event Build remained unchanged. But what does all of this mean for the Dynamics community? Where will Dynamics CRM users, integrators and partners meet & engage in breakthrough discussions during 2017? And what’s behind all the event changes in the past year? Continue reading