PowerObjects, offering service, support, education and add-ons for Microsoft Dynamics CRM, today announced that Bob Stutz, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Dynamic CRM, will deliver the keynote speech at their annual CRM educational conference, PowerUp.The event takes place November 10-11, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency in Minneapolis, MN and includes a Hands-On Training Day on November 12 at PowerObjects headquarters.
As the leader in developing Microsoft’s customer engagement solutions, Bob will be able to provide valuable insights into the future of Microsoft’s cloud vision and roadmap of where the product is heading.
Stutz has over 20 years of experience in business applications development. In his current role as Corporate Vice President of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Stutz is responsible for defining the long-term strategy and technology direction as well as the development and delivery of Microsoft Dynamics CRM worldwide.
Stutz’s keynote will kick off the conference on Tuesday, November 10, and will be followed by educational break-out sessions for users of all skill levels. Conference sessions are intended to provide significant educational content in a short span of time to maximize the value for attendees.
Early bird registration only runs through June 30 so those interested are encouraged to register now. “Hearing Bob speak is just one of many great reasons to register for PowerUp,” says Sheehan. “This is truly a can’t-miss CRM educational event.”
The team at PowerObjects has worked hard to become the recognized leader in delivering Microsoft Dynamics CRM solutions through unparalleled offerings of service, support, education, and add-ons. As winner of the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Worldwide Partner of the Year award for 2012 and 2013, PowerObjects has built an unmatched team of CRM superheroes that help businesses and organizations of all types increase productivity, streamline business processes and build better relationships. PowerObjects is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with offices in Chicago, Cincinnati, Dallas, Omaha, Philadelphia, New York, San Francisco, Seattle, and Toronto.