We’re excited to announce that all session content including titles, abstracts, speakers and learning objectives have been posted to www.msprojectconference.com! Microsoft Project Conference 2012 is your only opportunity this year to see over 90 sessions focused on Microsoft Project 2010 and Microsoft Project Server 2010 in addition to other key products that integrate with our Microsoft Project and Portfolio Management such as SharePoint, Office 365, Dynamics, Team Foundation Server and more! Let us know what you’re looking forward to most on Twitter using our new hashtag #mspc12!
This year’s conference will cover a variety of in-depth topics across three tracks: Business Value & Insights, Product Sessions, and Deployment, Administration & Developer, delivered by customers, industry experts, partners, Project MVPs and the Microsoft product team. Here are just a few highlighted sessions.
Detangling project demand, resource supply and capacity with Project Server Isabel Merlano, AMD Corporation
Pearls and Pitfalls - Realizing Real Business Benefits with Microsoft Project Server and SharePoint Mike Bullard, AT&T Business Services
Best practices for implementing a successful Enterprise Innovation Program Simon Floyd, Microsoft
Unleashing the Value of Earned Value: Applying Schedule and Cost Controls to Measure Project Performance Andrew Lavinsky MVP, UMT
Leveraging Project 2010 with Office 365 for Project Management Success Dux Raymond Sy, Innovative-e
Resource Management - Putting the Puzzle Pieces Together! Collin Quiring, PMP Specialists
View the full agenda on the website for details on all 90+ sessions.
There will be valuable computer-based and instructor-led training opportunities on-sight at the conference. Make the most of your investment by attending one of the sessions below.
Managing your Projects: Come find out how to save over 3 hours a week using Microsoft Project? Jacques, MS PROJECT NOW! Goupil
YJTJ (Your Job Tool’s Job)™ – Working in Concert with Microsoft Project Dan Renier, Milestone Consulting Group
Core concepts: Business Intelligence Reports Treb Gatte, msProjectExperts
Microsoft Project: Inappropriate practices (Level 300) John Wagner, Versatile
Task Types (Level 300) John Wagner, Versatile
Designing with Project’s new manual scheduling type (Level 300) John Wagner, Versatile
UMT Project Essentials Pro – Comprehensive Financial Governance for Project Server 2010 Ben Chamberlain, UMT
At Microsoft Project Conference 2012 (remember, #mspc12 on Twitter) you will not only attend rich sessions, participate in hands-on training and network with your peers, but there is a lot to look for in the exhibit hall!
You can review the list of Microsoft Project and Portfolio Management Partner companies who will be demonstrating industry leading products and services. Check back weekly as we are updating the list as new exhibitors and sponsors join!
If you are interested in the sponsoring, exhibiting or marketing & promotional opportunities please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us for a special webcast event with Microsoft Project Director Arpan Shah and hosted by our partner at Innovative-E, Inc., Dux Raymond Sy, next Wednesday at 9 AM PST. More details available on our Facebook events page. We'll be doing a live Q&A about the conference, tweet @ProjConf and include #MSProjectChat.