Sunday, September 26, 2010

The Dynamics GP Blogster changes its motto!

"Your Microsoft Dynamics GP World Without Barriers"

When I first created this site and posted my first article back in March of 2008, my original goal was to show you, the reader, a number of tips and tricks I had learned over the years from working with Microsoft Dynamics GP and developing international localizations and customizations, hence the initial site's motto "A comprehensive resource for technical and functional tips and tricks for the Microsoft Dynamics GP platform".

Since that very first article, this site has published over 475 articles that have ranged from SQL scripts, to VBA customizations, to conference sessions, to events, to topics covered by other bloggers, and heck, even some CRM stuff (as it relates to GP). Popular among readers are some of the specialized content like The Technology Corner, which outlines what going on outside of the Microsoft Dynamics GP world that will eventually impact how you work with Dynamics GP; and From the Newsgroups, which brings some of the most interesting questions asked by you in the Community forums. In addition, with the explosion  of Social Networks, The Dynamics GP Blogster now reaches you via Facebook, Twitter, the Microsoft Dynamics Community site, WordPress, and RSS. The site is visited by more than 1,000 of you a day from almost all corners of the world and features a new design with rotating backgrounds meant to summarize the mood of the week.

In short, you and I have moved way beyond the "tips and tricks" and are now exploring the Microsoft Dynamics GP world as a whole. Don't get me wrong! You will continue to receive your usual dose of tips and tricks as you always have, but in the spirit of building up the Community's knowledgebase, we will continue to explore those topics and point to those resources that have made Microsoft Dynamics GP the product it is today -- see, I believe Microsoft Dynamics GP to be more than just a software package. In fact, Microsoft Dynamics GP represents community.
As such, from today, the new motto at The Dynamics GP Blogster is "Your Microsoft Dynamics GP World Without Barriers". Thank you for your readership and please continue to help me tear down those barriers, and remember, you can always comment on those articles where you feel there is more to add, even if you don't agree with the views presented.

Until next post!

Mariano Gomez, MVP
Maximum Global Business, LLC

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