The Most Influential People in Microsoft Dynamics for 2013 is based on a number of criteria, and with more than 30 000 unique voters and nearly 400 000 votes in total the annual list is now firmly established in the Microsoft Dynamics consciousness.More criteria information is available
We base our selections on a number of criteria including: 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; Speakers and writers about Microsoft Dynamics; Forum contributors and Number of votes received. We attempt to limit what can actually be described as a sphere of influence. The advantage that we have had in quantifying influence in Microsoft Dynamics is that we are dealing with a group of people with similar interests, and so it is possible to be able to quantify one persons influence over the group against another person’s influence.
To celebrate our fifth 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.