This year seems to be jam-packed with “must-attend” events for businesses of all sizes, to both network and help grow their company. One such event you don’t want to miss out on this year is the CRMUG Summit.

The CRMUG Summit, the largest annual conference for Microsoft Dynamics CRM users, will be held from October 15 – 18 in Phoenix, Arizona. It will include over 200 sessions and more than 380 expo hall exhibits. It brings together industry experts, software development vendors, and everyday users to discuss important issues, trends, product updates, customer pain points, and genuine solutions.

Not sure if you should join the CRMUG Summit this year? Here are a few reasons why you might want to consider, and why we feel you should be there.

Meet New Vendors and Suppliers

Attending the CRMUG Summit will give you the opportunity to meet new vendors and suppliers, who will help you learn more about the current business climate. You’ll spend time with the sponsors at the event and be able to turn them into your friends and allies.

Stay Updated With The Latest Products and Services

Discovering innovative products and services for your business is necessary to stay competitive in today’s business world. The CRMUG Summit will allow you to do just that. There will be many new tools on display, and you’ll be able to get hands-on demonstrations. Plus, you can ask questions that are specific to your business from the companies themselves.

Learn, Learn, Learn

No matter how experienced you are, there is always time to learn. The CRMUG Summit is a great opportunity for small businesses alike to gain exposure to a variety of points of view.

The Summit will be full of sessions that will showcase new ideas and trends that can impact your company’s future. You’ll learn about the new ways of conducting business, and help businesses to be more productive.

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About the Author

Tikiela Mims is an experienced Technical Writer with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry.