Businesses Get a SharePoint “Do Over” with “SharePoint Re-Design & User Adoption Seminar,” Hosted By Mindsharp and Summit 7 Systems

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Bill English of Mindsharp and Ben Curry of Summit 7 Systems are offering a limited one-day intensive course on how to properly re-design SharePoint after a failed implementation.

This seminar is unique because it provides businesses with the opportunity to jump-start a disappointing SharePoint deployment and turn it into a great deployment that offers significant business value.”

Mindsharp and Summit 7 Systems are teaming up to offer businesses the opportunity to experience a SharePoint “do over,” with the “SharePoint Re-Design & User Adoption Seminar.” Many SharePoint implementations have generated disappointing results for businesses. In fact, 78 percent of businesses surveyed by Global 360 reported the SharePoint user experience as inadequate, according to the “How are businesses using Microsoft® SharePoint® in the Enterprise? Market Survey 2010.” The one-day “SharePoint Re-Design & User Adoption Seminar” is especially designed for those who have implemented SharePoint but have had disappointing results and need to re-design their deployment for greater business benefit and better user experience.

This one-day seminar is for enterprise application architects, system administrators, project managers, business analysts and other professionals responsible for the success of a SharePoint implementation at their organization. Each seminar is limited to 15 participants from non-competing businesses. Bill English, CEO of Mindsharp, and Ben Curry, principle architect and managing partner of Summit 7 Systems, will be leading the seminars, which will take place in the following locations on the following dates:

June 7 – Huntsville, Alabama
July 19 – Minneapolis, Minnesota
August 9 – Washington, D.C.

“How many times in life do you get a ‘do over,’ especially in business? Through this seminar businesses not only get a ‘do over’ when it comes to SharePoint, but they have the opportunity to turn their SharePoint implementation around to make it a resounding success,” said Bill English, CEO of Mindsharp.

Bill English (MCSE, MCSA, MCT) is an industry leader, author of 14 books and educator specializing in SharePoint products and technologies. As CEO of EBA Companies (Mindsharp and The Best Practices Conference), English draws on his experience in business management to teach and consult about mapping SharePoint features to business processes and information organization needs.

“This seminar is not a technical seminar that focuses on how to configure or customize SharePoint. Instead, the focus is on the business, project and strategic aspects of a SharePoint implementation,” said Ben Curry, managing partner of Summit 7 Systems. “This seminar is unique because it provides businesses with the opportunity to jump-start a disappointing SharePoint deployment and turn it into a great deployment that offers significant business value.”

Ben Curry (CISSP, MVP, MCP, MCT) is a well-known author and enterprise network architect specializing in knowledge management and collaboration technologies. Ben is a Managing Partner at Summit 7 Systems, a company focused on the next generation of Microsoft products. Ben’s philosophy is that the best solutions are inspired by the best ideas and he encourages his team to continuously generate and share ideas. His numerous publications embody his philosophy.

Public Seminar Fee: $995/person ($795/person for groups of three or more)
Private Seminar Fee: $9995 for up to 15 participants

Course materials include a copy of presentation slides, business reference architecture poster, ECM reference architecture poster, Curry Matrix poster, job aids and downloadable video recordings of the day’s activities. To learn more about Mindsharp, visit http://www.mindsharp.com. To learn more about Summit 7 Systems, visit http://www.summit7systems.com.

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