“One of the major challenges organizations face when it comes to the successful adoption of new technologies to be used as an enterprise solutions platform is the lack of committed and long-term buy-in from executives,” said Dux Raymond Sy, PMP.
Reston, VA (PRWEB) September 14, 2010
Innovative-e is hosting Executive Insights: "How Three D.C. Organizations Achieved Work Management Success," an executive breakfast event sponsored by Microsoft®. The event, held October 8, 2010, from 7:30 a.m. to 11 a.m., will be located at The Ritz Carlton hotel in Tyson’s Corner McLean, Virginia, just outside of Washington, D.C. Executives will gain deeper insights into how SharePoint® and Microsoft® Project can help their organization deliver successful work management solutions, including team collaboration, business process automation, project management and executive reporting. The event is by invitation only; however, C-Level executives may request an invitation by visiting http://www.ExecutiveInsightsDC.com.
“One of the major challenges organizations face when it comes to the successful adoption of new technologies to be used as an enterprise solutions platform is the lack of committed and long-term buy-in from executives,” said Dux Raymond Sy, PMP, managing partner of Innovative-e. "A key factor is often decision makers’ limited understanding of the platform benefits versus the obstacles for successful implementation. It is imperative that executives have the full scope of how these technologies can be fully maximized for their organizations, including the impact of all technical and organizational change issues.”
Arpan Shah, Director of Microsoft Project and former Director of the SharePoint Technical Product Management team, will kick off the meeting, which will then be facilitated by leading SharePoint industry expert and thought leader, Dux Raymond Sy, PMP. Sy is managing partner of Innovative-e and author of SharePoint for Project Management. CEO of Mindsharp, Bill English (MCSE, MCSA, MVP, MCT), will present “Top 10 Best Practices to Achieve SharePoint Success.” English is an industry leader and educator specializing in SharePoint and Microsoft technologies, as well as the author of 12 books on Exchange and SharePoint products, including Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007 Best Practices. Three Washington, D.C. area organizations will share their success stories of how they leverage SharePoint and/or Microsoft Project as their work management solution in the following case study presentations:
Business Process Re-Engineering and Improved Healthcare Outcomes
Presenter: Marie-Michelle Strah, Ph.D., Lead Business Consultant for Aquilent
Delivering QA Process Improvement and Savings
Presenter: Joe Snyder, Engineering Manager – Project Management for
Video Gaming Technologies
Healing a Case of Ineffective Process, Document and Project Management
Presenter: Matthew Fritts, MPH, Senior Program Manager for Samueli Institute
The fee to attend the invitation-only event is $149. The event is designed to be non-commercial and will focus on the business value that SharePoint, Microsoft Project and related technologies provide to typical work management challenges that enterprises encounter. For more information about Innovative-e, visit http://www.innovative-e.com. For more information about Executive Insights or to request an invitation, visit http://www.ExecutiveInsightsDC.com.
About Innovative-e, Inc.
Innovative-e Inc., a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, is a business consulting and technology services company that helps clients achieve tangible business results with Microsoft SharePoint solutions. Services include consulting, project management, application development, training, project transparency solutions, systems integration, and support Innovative-e is known for thought leadership in the areas of applying SharePoint technologies to improve project management and for developing and promoting best practices for implementing SharePoint solutions (SharePoint for PM for SharePoint). Innovative-e has locations in Atlanta, Ga.; Reston, Va.; and Merritt Island, Fla. with technology delivery centers in Sri Lanka.
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