ENTERPRISE PROJECT MANAGEMENT AT WPC 2009
· Register for the EPM Early Bird Breakfast
· Learn about the exciting Business Productivity Sessions
· Learn about how to book your 1:1 Meetings with Doug McCutcheon, Seth Patton, and Ben Chamberlain
· Learn about Hands-On-Labs
· Know where to enroll to win a wonderful Dell laptop!
Enterprise Project Management at WPC 2009
The Microsoft EPM team invites you to be part of the Worldwide Partner Conference 2009 (WPC).
Don’t miss this opportunity! We’ve got an action packed week planned. With the opportunities listed below, you will learn how Project is helping customers today to save money, enhance efficiency, drive growth and continue to support your business tomorrow.
“The Worldwide Project Conference, as well as having great content, is an excellent opportunity for all Project Partners to network both inside and outside the Microsoft Enterprise Project Management discipline. This year I encourage you to take advantage of the SharePoint 2010 disclosure that will occur at this conference. I look forward to seeing you there.” Doug McCutcheon, Worldwide Partner Strategy, Project Marketing Group, Redmond.
TUESDAY, JULY 14, 2009 6:00 am – 8:15 am Register at Register for the WPC EPM Breakfast
You are invited to join the EPM team for a discussion and breakfast with Microsoft Project leaders on business strategy, technology roadmap, and Q&A for Microsoft Project. We promise delectable cuisine including fluffy eggs with herbs, hickory smoked bacon and sausage, Lyonnaise potatoes and an incredible cityscape and Mississippi Bridge view from the 11th floor of The Crescent Room, Westin New Orleans Canal Place.
Doors open at 6:00 am, presentations at 7:00 am.
Business Productivity Sessions
Do not miss this opportunity to engage and support the EPM team! We want you to enjoy the session and give your feedback to the team with a 5 star rating! The Office teams are having a competition against each other and the EPM team wants to win the highest rating by earning your vote! Come help us WIN!
The Subject: SharePoint and Project Server Better Together
Enhancing Enterprise Project Management through Collaboration
Organizations increasingly demand the ability to collaborate in the world of enterprise project management. In this session you will learn best practices for using Microsoft collaboration technologies to complement and improve your current project management practice. We will highlight the Project for SharePoint application, helping you improve project management efficiency for your customers.
WPC Connect- 1:1 Meetings
Meet with Microsoft Project Executives and Discuss Initiatives
Doug McCutcheon, Worldwide Partner Strategy Manager for Project, Ben Chamberlain, Senior Product Manager for Project and Seth Patton, Director for Project have cleared their calendars for the upcoming WPC Conference.
Doug would like to invite you to schedule a one-on-one meeting with him, Seth Patton, or Ben Chamberlain to discuss business plans, make initiative suggestions or provide feedback.
Mark Your Calendar! Space is limited – and on a ‘first come, first serve’ basis. All meetings will be booked through the WPC 1:1 Meeting Tool. Availabilities and times will be published through this tool- so register today! Meetings will be conducted in the comfortable BP Lounge Area located inside the convention center.
Productivity Through Hands On Learning
We are maximizing exposure for the EPM Business- we are provisioning for hands on labs for all conference delegates. Plan to attend the Business Productivity Hands-on Labs showcasing Microsoft Project technologies and learn directly from Microsoft Project experts. The Hands-on Labs Hall will be open Monday-Thursday 12:30pm – 6:00pm. The HOL’s will include:
- Project & Portfolio Management
- Innovation Process Management
- Capital Planning & Investment Control for Government
- Connecting PPM & ALM
Stop by and visit us at the Project Booth in the Exhibit Hall. Open from 12:30pm – 6:00pm, Monday-Thursday. Learn about our Project 2010 disclosure plan
*Dell gift certificate will be given in lieu of actual product.