Day 3: GPUG Summit 2016
Day 3 presented User Group attendees with another sunny and clear day in Tampa, Fl.
After a stream of 8am breakfast sessions, the convention center rooms filled with ISVs for the 9am Partner Showcases. Fauwaz Hussain, the Director of Sales and Marketing, educated GP users on PCI Compliance and secure payment processing. The attendees joined to learn about securing their payment data and automating their collection processes. Some of their biggest concerns included the entry point of credit card data and how to properly store the information. Some of Nodus’ integration partners, such as SalesPad, also presented topics revolving around their solutions. Users can download the presentation slide decks on the GPUG website for any of the sessions, even the ones that they did not attend.
The expo opened for the third day at 2pm for another round of networking and solution research.
GPUG recognized many members for their participation in the community. They awarded Frank Heslin from ExamWorks, Inc., Amber Bell from Training Dynamo, LLC, and Brian Lambertz from Connexus Energy with the 2016 All Star Award. Throughout the event, GPUG also presented attendees the chance to play a version of Pokemon Go by scanning QR codes throughout the event. Congratulations to the GPUG User Group Go winner, Irene Chan.
The night ended with an 80’s inspired dance party at the Florida Aquarium and a Halloween-themed party from FastPath.
The Nodus team would like to thank everyone at Dynamics Communities, and within the channel who helped create another successful User Group event. Safe travels to everyone going home this weekend.
For more information on Nodus Technologies, our solutions, and our next events, please go to www.nodus.com.
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