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Microsoft PPM in the Public Sector: Unique Challenges and Business Value Delivered

Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):

This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Strategic Category of the Talent Triangle.

Event Description:

This session, presented by Microsoft Gold PPM Partner Projility (www.projility.com), will present an overview of the business challenges found in the public sector space – specifically, across Federal, State and Local Government Agencies – and how Microsoft Project and PPM can be leveraged to deliver successful solutions. Case studies will be presented that provide representative examples.

Presenter Info:

Rob Hirschmann, Partner, Projility

Rob Hirschmann (rob@projility.com, @RobHProjility) is a recognized SME in the Project Portfolio Management (PPM) space. As a Partner at Projility, Rob and the Projility team work with some of the nation’s top state, local and Federal government agencies, as well as large commercial entities, to help them envision, plan, deliver and realize value from their PPM investments. Prior to Projility, Rob was a PPM Specialist at Microsoft, and spent several years working with Microsoft’s top services-based clients in the Mid-Atlantic region to select and plan PPM solutions. Before Microsoft Rob worked at Headstrong, a global IT methodology, PMO and CRM leader in both delivery and business development roles.


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Written by Rob Hirschmann

Rob Hirschmann is the Co-founder and Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing of Projility, Inc., a Microsoft PPM and Business Intelligence services leader and product innovator. As a well-known and respected leader in the Microsoft PPM community, Rob has helped companies around the globe develop and implement best-practice PPM strategies.

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