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It is that time again, last week Dynamics World started compiling their Top 100 list for 2012.
They are starting by asking for nominations for people to include in their list which will be voted on in the coming months.
Please visit their page which explains the process and how to put in a nomination:
Please note that an important consideration for getting onto the list is the number and quality of the nominations as well as the votes (once voting starts).
Now, I don't want to influence your nomination and voting process too much.... Well actually I do but I am trying to be polite. But please make sure you nominate those people who have made a difference to the product and the community.
We want to make sure that the Microsoft Dynamics GP community has a good showing, so nominate all the GP MVPs, Bloggers, and those who help on the forums.
Let's see if we can avoid what happened last year when everyone was surprised when a number of people (including me) were missing from the final Top 100 list.
Start nominating now... only another 3 weeks left.
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