The value members find in these communities is based on the foundation of excellence that began in 2004, when a small group of CIOs discovered great value in sharing knowledge and experience with each other about their ongoing system and business strategies. Over the last 13 years, Dynamic Communities has established many user communities and brought their community best-practices to other associations seeking to optimize value to their members.
“Our goal at Dynamic Communities is to create safe communities where users can grow their knowledge, competency, and confidence with their technology systems and business applications,” said Janet Lampert, President and COO Dynamic Communities.
Today, the Dynamic Communities Groups represent over 120,000 individual members worldwide, representing 20,433 companies across many industries, disciplines, and software applications. By facilitating value exchange among members and providing business and event management, Dynamic Communities enables volunteer leaders to focus entirely on cultivating rich community engagement and delivering authentic member value. Volunteers are the driving force of the Communities: delivering content, sharing their knowledge, and helping to shape the future direction of the community. There are over 1,500 volunteers dedicating their time and sharing their knowledge to grow the communities. Microsoft recognizes Dynamic Communities as their go-to partner for organizing and supporting global user groups for many of their enterprise products.
“D365UG/CRMUG has been a huge enhancement to my career. It has given me an excellent avenue to continually learn about Microsoft Dynamics CRM and what’s new in upcoming releases. And I’m excited to start sharing more about what I have learned about CRM with the community!” – User Group Member
“I love giving back to the community, and I challenge myself by trying to answer Open Forum questions. I do a little research, and if I can provide guidance to someone I’ve learned something and feel good about it! In a word, it’s the true meaning behind “Community!” -User Group Member
Dynamic Communities founder, Andy Hafer cultivates a rich company culture of innovation and servanthood. Employees are encouraged to ‘fail forward,’ meaning taking, smart risks to drive innovation and garnering learning from failures. By being constructively dissatisfied, Dynamic Communities continues to drive new ideas and experiences for the user communities.
To learn more about Dynamic Communities and to find out how to get involved, visit: www.dynamiccommunities.com/about
Phone: (877) 324 8880