The Baltimore-Washington Metro Microsoft Project User Group (MPUG) has invited Dux Raymond Sy, managing partner of Innovative-e, Inc., to speak on Tuesday December 13, 2011. Sy’s presentation,“Maximize Project 2010 with Office 365 for Project Management Success,” will take place at the Microsoft Mid Atlantic District office in room 7023 in Chevy Chase, Maryland, from 6 to 9 pm. ET.
Sy will discuss how to effectively create a Microsoft Project plan, create a SharePoint-based Project Management Information System (PMIS) with Office 365 and integrate Microsoft Project information with SharePoint 2010. In addition, Sy will cover best practices for empowering a project team to share relevant information, facilitate better collaboration and build project management dashboards in SharePoint, Microsoft Lync and Windows Phone. Certified project management professional attendees earn one Professional Development Unit (PDU) for attending this session. The event will also include raffle prizes.
The presenter, Dux Raymond Sy, is a managing partner and chief evangelist of Innovative-e, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. Sy is a certified PMP with more than 15 years of experience in information technology, as well as the author of SharePoint for Project Management, published by O’Reilly Media. Sy has also been named a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP).
About Innovative-e, Inc.
Innovative-e Inc. (innovative-e.com), is a business consulting and technology services company that helps clients achieve tangible business results with Microsoft SharePoint technologies. Offerings include business process consulting, executive briefings, application development, training, project management solutions, systems integration and support. As a Microsoft Gold Partner, 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 and PM for SharePoint). Innovative-e has locations in Atlanta, Georgia, and Reston, Virginia, with technology delivery centers in Sri Lanka.