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Dynasource: The Value of Connections

By Jenny Davis

 

I’ll admit it. The first time I heard “Dynasource” come up in a session, I thought the presenter was saying “Dinosaurs”. She was speaking quickly, and I was a little tired, so hearing “Dinosaurs” had me wondering if it A) was a new R&D naming convention, B) I’d finally lost it, or C) it referred to aging products.

Turns out it was none of the above.

Think of Dynasource as the Airbnb for professional services. You can visit dynasource.com and search for professionals to work on your clients’ projects, list yourself as a free agent for upcoming projects, or offer up your employees and their capabilities as a match for fellow Partners’ needs.

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Endless Opportunity in a Collaborative Community

By Bethany Foyt

By Kaitlyn McKendry of Vicinity Manufacturing

My marketing journey began when I needed to officially select a major. At the time, there were no designated advisers to the ‘undecided’ group. Marketing seemed general enough, so I selected it with the thought that I could always change it later, though I never did.Kaitlyn McKendry

As a recent college graduate it can be unnerving to transition to a professional environment. I applied to Vicinity Manufacturing with the hopes to polish my networking skills and put some tangible real-world experience onto my resume during my senior year at Kennesaw State University. Since joining in August of 2012, I have far surpassed my goals.

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Building and Leveraging College Connections to Secure New Talent

By Tracey Kantrud (Laqua)

As a Microsoft Dynamics Partner, you are likely all too familiar with the challenges of finding new talent to sustain and expand your business. The candidates are few and far between, and attracting experienced hires to your organization can be an

Academy 2expensive proposition. More and more of the top-performing Microsoft Dynamics Partners are focusing on bringing in net-new, junior resources by making recruiting new college graduates a priority. Getting the best talent – and getting those candidates early – is key to expanding not only your business, but also the Microsoft Dynamics ecosystem.

“We know from our work with Partners large and small that focusing on college recruiting pays off,” says Katie Hasbargen, worldwide program lead for the Microsoft Dynamics Academic Alliance.

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