Microsoft Convergence 2010: Another Great Show

We just spent a great four days at the Microsoft Convergence Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.  Highlights for us were meeting existing customers, potential customers, and existing and future partners.  We met the friendliest folks from all over the country, and the world!

Some memorable conversations include discussing how to automate and streamline the hiring process for labor-intensive jobs at multiple recycling centers;  learning about the complex, yet rewarding, application process for new hires at a reservation in Alaska;  hearing that some Microsoft Dynamics GP partners are demoing our product to potential customers we aren’t even aware of; and just chatting about work, family and communities with people from Sweden, Denmark, Canada, Mexico, and almost every state in the Union.

Of course, the spOt party Sunday night was a highlight, at The Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta.  Kudos to ISV-Central for putting on a rockin’ party!  We were excited to be a sponsor of it.  The Beatles tunes were a big hit.

Microsoft continues to add functionality to their products, allowing us to offer complete end to end solutions to our customers.  For example, we can collect applications and manage the hiring process with myStaffingPro, administer payroll, HRIS functions, and financials with Microsoft Dynamics GP, and deliver performance reviews with emPerform, all without duplicating data entry, through seamless, maintenance free integrations.

Thanks to everyone who was involved in putting on another great show!

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