We are aware that the main list can be Europe and US centric, in order to shine a light on those from other geographies we have produced a Top 10 from the different continents.
We have chosen to use the 6 continents Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and South America. The positions are taken from the main list, with those who have not made the main list, we use the same criteria, including the Number of nominations received; Number of Microsoft Dynamics employees employed; Number of clients your ISV/VAR has; As an end user how many user licences taken; Social Media Followers (bloggers/twitter/ linkedin) (bonuses for group owners); Number of years experience of Microsoft Dynamics; MVP Recipients; Developers of Add-Ons and new verticals; Forum contributors, Speakers and writers about Microsoft Dynamics.
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Given that a large part of the weighting comes from social media and forum contributions, speaking and writing about Microsoft Dynamics we can help those who aspire to be better at this
Following our third year of publishing the Top 100 Most Influential People in Microsoft Dynamics we are now in the position to add a Hall of Fame, this is to honour those that have made a significant impact on Microsoft Dynamics but are maybe no longer having a day to day impact on our community.
The inaugural Hall of Fame will be announced later this year.