Sponsored by: PPM Works, Inc. and Microsoft Northeast
Join the Boston Chapter of MPUG for our next meeting on Wednesday December 2, 2015 where the topic will be “Old Dogs, New Dogs: Microsoft Project Tips and Tricks”. This interactive presentation and discussion will be delivered by George Borhegyi, MCITP, MCTS, MCPS, MCP at our regular meeting location: Constant Contact in Waltham, MA.
Project, probably more than any other tool from Microsoft, is a software product with not only a large set of features (and growing) but also many pleasant surprises for users to discover. The longer you work with the product, the more of these you will find – though not always right when you want them. We’ll go over many of these features, but also share some of the best and most interesting from the audience. Who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks!
• Making The Most Of Microsoft Project Features
• George’s Top Tips
• Top 3 Little Known Features
About The Sponsor:
PPM Works offers a full range of Project and Portfolio Management consulting services, all designed to help your company reach its potential. As the premier Boston-based Microsoft Gold PPM partner we have you covered, whether you’re looking for a small tweak or complete implementation. Our founders are proud to continue their partnership with MPUG since 2004.
About the Speaker:
George Borhegyi is a hands-on Project Manager, Senior PPM Specialist, and Management Consultant with nearly 30 years of experience in software development, systems deployment, and IT management, helping the growth and success of companies through the strategic use of information, process, teamwork, and technology. George enjoys working with clients on all stages from business process definition to technical architecture, and since 2002 has focused his efforts largely in the Microsoft Project Server arena. He has worked both as a practitioner of consulting services, and as a consumer, serving five years as MIS Director for a major international consulting firm.
For the last 13 years George has worked in key positions at PPM Works, Projility, RCM Technologies, and Project Solutions Group, all Microsoft Gold Partners and premiere providers of project management consulting services and software; he has helped develop MS Project Server certification exams, served as a V-TSP, and sat on the EPMPAC at Microsoft. Prior to his focus on the MS Project world, he was a pre-IPO founding member at Cambridge Technology Partners and at Digitas.
George enjoys spending active time with his wife and two boys, as well as mentoring students, and working with the hearing impaired. He holds a degree in Electrical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, as well as various certifications from Microsoft Corporation (MS, MCITP, MCTS, MCPS, MCP).