Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1.5 PMI® PDU in the Technical Category of the Talent Triangle.
Microsoft® Project Professional 2010 offers Project Managers a powerful tool for scheduling, planning and assigning project work within their projects and programs. Microsoft SharePoint® Foundation 2010 provides its users with an easy to use, intuitive platform for effective team collaboration is and continues to be the most widely used collaboration platform on the market today.
Although many organizations leverage both tools for improved business productivity, many times these solutions operate in parallel and therefore aren’t even beginning to scratch the surface for reaching their true potential .
Join us in this one hour presentation to see how you can combine the power of both technologies to provide a powerful EPM solution for effectively managing project, operational, development and all other types of work in your organization. Join this session to learn how leveraging a common platform and getting more value from technologies you already own, can streamline your operations, save money and have direct impact to your bottom line.
Jim Patterson is currently the Director of Business Development for EPM Live. EPM Live is a Gold Certified Microsoft EPM partner that was named Microsoft’s Global EPM Partner of the Year in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009. EPM Live was recently included into Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for IT PPM in 2010 and has been listed as Inc. 5000’s Fasted Growing Private Companies for the last three years.
Jim has twenty years of experience in the sales, marketing, design, implementation and training of project management processes and systems. Prior to EPM Live, Jim Regional Sales Manager for eLabor, Inc. where he was the top producer in Enterprise Project sales, the product which later became the foundation for Microsoft Project Server. Before that he founded XPM Partners Consulting which provided project management systems and services in a variety of industries, and many of these implementations involved extending earlier versions of Microsoft Project to serve the needs clients across multiple projects, locations, users and organizations. Prior to XPM Partners, he was the general manager for the Project Management Systems division of Management Analysis Company, a leading consulting firm to the Department of Energy and energy/utility companies with a specialty in nuclear power.
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