Virtual Events

August 28, 2012 | 0 Comments | Microsoft Dynamics, Virtual Events, Webcasts

Starting September 5, we’re undertaking an exciting new initiative on – a series of live, highly focused expert webcasts on the strategic business topics that our readers care most about.

These webcasts will be different from our typical Decisions virtual events in a few important ways:

March 26, 2012 | 0 Comments | Branding, Lead Generation, Virtual Events
Before diving in, ISVs need to understand that they are much different than in-person trade shows, and should therefore be treated as such. For example, it’s essential to realize that attendees can quickly navigate a virtual trade show with their mouse, and thus accomplish much more, in a shorter period time, than they can at an in-person trade show.
August 9, 2011 | 0 Comments | Branding, Lead Generation, Virtual Events
t the end of a virtual Dynamics conference, you will likely experience different feelings. You may well feel let down that you can’t shuffle through a thick set of business cards. There certainly won’t have been a lot of hand shaking and eye contact with people strolling past your booth. It’s only when you access your data portal that you truly comprehend the key difference between having a booth at an on-site conference and at a virtual conference. While you’ll likely struggle to make sense of visitor information from the on-site conference, you’ll find a treasure trove of data in your virtual conference data portal.
November 15, 2010 | 0 Comments | Lead Generation, Marketing Automation, Virtual Events
One of the top items on every ISV’s wish list in these tricky economic times is how to generate more sales leads. While everyone seems to want more leads, do you know what you’d do if you were deluged with sales leads?
July 23, 2010 | 0 Comments | Branding, Lead Generation, Virtual Events
Virtual conferences and trade shows are hot. They are being touted as providing everything a real trade show or conference provides, except at much lower cost because of the absence of travel and expenses for fancy booths. But when you participate in a virtual event, you find out that it's actually much different than a "real" conference.