ISV Partner Day Digital – it’s a wrap!
News|by Leanne Bevan|22 April 2020
After months of build-up, ISV Partner Day Digital has been and gone. We’ve had a fantastic time working with our speakers and sponsors to create a stellar line-up of content – delivered live and pre-recorded – in the face of the unexpected. Our MD Matthew Whitton and Microsoft OCP’s Joe Macri presented a thought-provoking and insightful Keynote that highlighted the rapid changes our industry is facing as well as the support and importance of the ISV community as a whole.
We welcomed over 180 attendees throughout the day as they joined the sessions that would deliver the most value to their businesses. Taken from our most popular tracks, Developer and Platform, the day’s most popular sessions were the Keynote, Collaborative Development with GitHub and Implementing Azure DevOps for continuous delivery and automation and are available to watch on-demand now via YouTube.
Our Linkedin partner community kicked-off with discussions around each of the day’s sessions and will continue to be an interactive hub of content through which our partners can connect with us and each other. You can join by searching ‘Grey Matter ISV Partner Community’ on Linkedin.
In the meantime we are here to support you on your business journey, so please do get in touch with any queries or questions that you have – they don’t have to be related to the content presented at ISV Partner Day Digital.
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