From Christophe's blog:
Starting February 18th, 2009 at 11 am (EST) we will be running a webcast series every Wednesday that will show how the Microsoft Enterprise Project Management (EPM) Solution and related Microsoft technologies can be deployed to meet varying horizontal scenarios.
Why should customers attend the webcast series?
Please note these webcast are targeted at customers not partners.
Reduce Costs: Seven Steps to Optimize Project Portfolio Selection
Microsoft and UMT Consulting Group invite you to join this complimentary webcast to learn how Microsoft's Enterprise Project Management (EPM) Solution can help identify and select project portfolios that best align with your organizations business strategy whilst optimizing costs.
Registration and Schedule
Capital Planning & Investment Control for Government
Microsoft and Robbins-Gioia invite you to this complimentary webcast to learn how the Capital Planning & Investment Control (CPIC) Solution can help government agencies improve decision making, and effectively control investments throughout their lifecycle.
Registration and Schedule
Connecting the Worlds of Project Portfolio Management & Application lifecycle ManagementMicrosoft invites you to join this complimentary webcast to learn how integrating Portfolio Management (PPM) and Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) processes helps to improve visibility across the entire development lifecycle and in turn connect two disparate worlds.
Growth: Transform Your Business with Innovation Management
You are invited to join this complimentary webcast to learn how Microsoft's Innovation Process Management (IPM) Solution can help organizations to manage the end-to-end innovation process with greater transparency, coordination and discipline.
Maximize Efficiency: Drive ROI by Enhancing Project & Portfolio Execution
Microsoft and Pcubed invite you to join this complimentary webcast to learn how Microsoft's Enterprise Project Management (EPM) Solution can help organizations to improve project and portfolio execution, eliminate costly overruns and enhance operational efficiency and agility.
The best thing in the webcast will be that the customers will not be going for recording and all stuff, it will be done at a time. NO demo nothing. It really sounds great
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I think everyone is looking forward to see how Microsoft will fair among the competition in the PM/PPM market.
In my opinion (depending on the requirements the combination Tenrox and Microsoft EPM is the best in class. Tenrox and EPM work fully integrated (one shared database, so no interfaces, direct access to Tenrox functionality in the web browser of EPM and vice versa). Tenrox will add a powerful graphic workflow engine and powerful reports engines (including OLAP). It comes with more then 300 reports and a huge number of preconfigured workflows), based on best practices, 100% web based zero foot print software.
This new website has many informative videos on project 2010 usage and training. Also there are many case studies which give you better idea about application of project 2010 in different industries. You can view demo or buy MS Project 2010 at www.microsoft.com/.../try-buy.aspx