Sign Up! Live Webcast: NEW DATE and Expanded Customers ‘Taking Back Your Productivity with Microsoft Business Productivity Online Services’

We are proud to announce a newly expanded and new date for a webinar with three cusotmer's who have joined BPOS after migrating from competing platforms. 

Please Join us for this LIVE Event on:
Thursday, October 14, 2010
12:30 PM ET / 9:30 AM PT / 4:30 PM GMT

Overview: Companies of all sizes are moving their messaging platforms to the cloud. Hear how three companies looking to take advantage of the software-as-a-service model chose a competing messaging platform only to find that while going with a cheaper option may have appeared to save money at the onset, it meant an obvious lack of business critical features, user frustration, and lost productivity.

After months of dissatisfaction, Aisle7, a retail marketing firm based in Portland, Bradshaw & Weil, an insurance company from Kentucky, and Serena Software an application management firm based in California all decided to make a full migration off of the competing platform to Microsoft's Business Productivity Online Suite. Since then, user confidence has returned, IT has once again become a trusted partner, and the company can increase their focus on their core business.

Join this live TechRepublic Webcast to hear from Jared Morgan, Director of IT, Bradshaw & Weil, Jake Harris, Director of IT, Aisle7 and Ron Brister, Director of IT, Serena Software, as they shares insights and experiences of using competing messaging platforms and how they made the decision to embrace the cloud and ultimately choose Microsoft's Business Productivity Online Suite.

In this webcast, you will learn:

  • How these companies approached the decision to embrace the cloud and the results they are seeing
  • Real lessons learned from using competing platforms such as Google Apps for enterprise messaging
  • Why and how three companies made the move from other messaging platforms to Microsoft Business Productivity Online Suite and how they intend to take advantage of new features on the horizon


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