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Join over 1,200 Project Managers, Executives and Technology Professionals from different industries to learn about the powerful capabilities included in Microsoft Project and our project and portfolio management (PPM) solution, available on premises and in the cloud. Earn professional development units (PDUs) for attending! Nearly 100 sessions are now available at msprojectconference.com, and it's time to start finding the content that's best for YOU.
Once you've seen the world-class content we'll be delivering at Project Conference, the next step is to register! Project Conference comes to Anaheim on February 2-5, so the time to act is NOW. Your next big project is coming up, and Project Conference is here to help.
Project Conference 2014 Highlights:
Future of Business Productivity and Project Management Jared Spataro, General Manager, Microsoft Office 365
Cloud, social and proliferation of devices have changed the way we work, collaborate and manage our tasks and projects. During this keynote Jared will talk about Microsoft's vision for business productivity & project management, share industry trends and provide insights into how Microsoft is thinking about future product investments.
Microsoft Project Portfolio Management Vision and Product Roadmap Ludovic Hauduc's, Director of Development and Engineering for the Office Developer Platform, Access and Project
In this keynote, we will share the product roadmap, present the latest in Microsoft Project family of products & our cloud offerings and showcase plenty of demos that will get you charged for the rest of the conference!
Prior to his current leadership role, Ludovic was General Manager for the Microsoft Project Business Unit, where his responsibilities led him to run product development and head the strategic direction for the Project business. Ludovic has been involved with the Microsoft Project team since 1994 in various technical leadership roles for the Project and Project Server line of products.
Top 10 Sessions
Our full session list with almost 100 sessions across 3 tracks has been released! Microsoft Project Conference 2014 will have relevant content for Business Decision Makers, Project Practitioners and Technical Professionals. Get hands on with the latest technology and get your questions answered during interactive design-time sessions. Whether you're just starting or are an advanced professional we will have sessions that are relevant to you! To view the full agenda please visit msprojectconference.com. Below we are enclosing top sessions that we have handpicked for each track.
Jan Kalis - Microsoft Choose the right project and portfolio management solution for today and the future
Tad Haas, Cindy Lewis - Microsoft / Advisicon ROI: Accelerating your time to value with Project Online
Mark Sargeant - Microsoft 10 reasons your CEO will thank you for upgrading to the latest Microsoft Project
Christian Buddendick - Hilti Why Hilti, the leading-edge technology provider to the global construction industry, chose project and portfolio management in the cloud - A customer case study
Heather Heide - Microsoft Complete overview of Microsoft Project desktop application from the creators
Mike McLean - Microsoft Introducing Microsoft Project Online, a new Office 365 service
Krishna Mamidipaka - Microsoft Building stellar project dashboards with Microsoft Visio
Chris Boyd - Microsoft Microsoft Project Server 2013 - Architecture drilldown
Raphael Ax - Microsoft Microsoft Project Server 2013 deployment best practices
Andrew Lavinsky, Mike McLean - UMT Real world reporting: Microsoft Project Online / Microsoft Project Server 2013 business intelligence overview
Expo Hall & Microsoft Pavilion
Don't miss the Expo Hall and Microsoft Pavilion where you'll be able to network and learn about Microsoft solutions and partner solutions that enhance Microsoft Project as well as have all your questions answered - both by Microsoft and by our project and portfolio management partners.
For more information and to register visit msprojectconference.com.
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