FAQ

Many frequently asked questions about GPUG Amplify 2018 are covered below. If you cannot find an answer to your question, make sure to contact us.


General Questions
March 20-21, 2018
Who Should Attend?
Microsoft Dynamics® GP leaders and users

Educational sessions provide executive product insight, reporting best practices and functional topics.
Hotel & Travel
Downtown Chicago, Illinois.
Marriott Marquis Chicago. Visit the Hotel page for more information.
The Marriott Marquis Chicago does not have shuttle services to or from the airport. However, they can help arrange taxis or private cars. 
Registration
Visit the Pricing page for more information.
Members of the Dynamics GP User Group (GPUG®) receive automatic discounts on any conference registrations. Not yet a member? Join GPUG and save!
You can transfer your registration to another person at your company by going to your registration and selecting Transfer. If you have any questions, you can submit your request to support@dynamiccommunities.com. In your request, please include the name, company, and email address of the attendee you would like to transfer the registration to.
Session Content
View the available sessions by visiting the Full Schedule page.
The deadline has passed (December 8th).
Visit www.gpug.com/conferences/overview to discover the differences between all GPUG conferences.

Click here to download a PDF highlighting the differences between GPUG Amplify and GPUG Summit.
No, however reviewing the session line-up and creating a personal conference plan before arrival will help you make the most out of the learning opportunities available.
CPE credits are available for select breakout sessions and Academy courses at GPUG Amplify. Please note, not all GPUG Amplify sessions are CPE eligible. CPE eligible sessions will be noted in the online schedule, once available. In order to request CPE credits, you must complete the session survey. Your last name must be entered on the CPE Requested field.

Dynamic Communities, Inc. is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsor may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website at www.learningmarket.org.
Session materials will be posted in the GPUG Amplify Conference Community library as they are received from presenters. Please note: GPUG Amplify materials are available to GPUG Amplify attendees only.
The Partner Exchange is a one-day event for Microsoft Dynamics VARs, ISVs and Consultants on Monday, March 19. The Partner Exchange is packed with high-quality leadership and business building sessions and is open to all Dynamics Partners, not just those who support Dynamics GP. Learn more here.
Additional Onsite Opportunities
Yes, Academy classes will be offered March 19 and March 22. CPE credit available for select courses. View Academy Courses.
No, Academy classes require a separate registration.

Follow these easy steps:

  1. Login to the GPUG Amplify site and click Register.
  2. Under the message stating "You are currently Registered." click on Edit Registration.
  3. Under the Registration Actions heading, click Edit.
  4. On the next screen, click Add Activities.
  5. Click Sessions on the left menu to see Pre-Conference Academy classes. Check the box next to the class title(s) you want to attend.
  6. When finished selecting classes, click Continue.
  7. Follow the prompts to complete the process of registering for classes.
Get Engaged
Once registered, you are added to the GPUG Amplify online community. You can use this community to connect with other attendees, ask questions to staff & your peers, and stay current with event related news.
Post online with hashtag #GPUGAmplify
Sponsors
Other Questions
GPUG Amplify will not offer a Mobile App.
Privacy
No. Your privacy is important to us. We do not sell or share our attendees lists or contact information with anyone unless required for the event. For events hosted at Microsoft offices, we need to provide our attendee list to building personnel for security purposes.
No, sponsors are not provided with attendee contact information. Emails are sent on behalf of sponsors to attendees who have opt-ed in to receive these messages. Opt-in or opt-out permission for sponsor messages is asked during the registration process.