Please mark your calendar for this special event/webcast on Wednesday (June 1st, 2011) at 3pm pacific time live from SPTechCon: Special Microsoft Project Announcement! Introducing "Project for the Masses" and "SharePoint Lifecycle Management Solutions"
Join Christophe Fiessinger, Senior Technical Product Manager for Microsoft Project 2010, who will kick off the launch of two new Microsoft Project solutions, “Project for the Masses,” developed by Innovative-e, Inc., and “SharePoint Lifecycle Management Solution with Project Server 2010,” developed by Jornata.
Presenters: Christophe Fiessinger, Sr. Technical Product Manager, Microsoft Corporation, Dux Raymond Sy, PMP, SharePoint Server MVP, Managing Partner at Innovative-e and Scott Jamison, Microsoft Certified Master at Jornata
Christophe is part of the Microsoft Business Division Product Marketing Group and focuses on the enterprise project and portfolio management solution (PPM). Christophe focuses on promoting the value of Project Server by speaking at global Microsoft conferences like TechEd, SharePoint Conference, and Project Conference. He is a major advocate for enterprise deployments and line of business integration of Project Server. He regularly blogs on these topics at http://blogs.msdn.com/chrisfie
Dux Raymond is a managing partner and the chief evangelist of Innovative-e. Dux is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) with more than 15 years of experience in the IT industry. He has earned a reputation as being among the leading experts on leveraging collaboration tools for project management. He is a SharePoint MVP and the author of "SharePoint for Project Management," published by O’Reilly Media.
Scott is a managing partner at Jornata, a premier Microsoft-focused consulting and training firm based in Boston. Scott has extensive experience implementing business solutions using SharePoint technologies, and is one of only a handful of Microsoft Certified Masters for SharePoint in the world. He is a recognized thought leader, teacher and published author with several books, including “Essential SharePoint 2007” and “Essential SharePoint 2010.” You can find his blog at www.scottjamison.com.