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vSharePoint February 2013

Agenda

  • 6:30 - 7:00 - Meet and Greet
  • 7:00 - 7:45 - First Presenter
  • 7:45 - 8:15 - Pizza!
  • 8:15 - 9:00 - Second Presenter

On Deck

Rich Strum (Territory Manager for Canada, Nintex - www.nintex.com)

Title: Successfully introducing business process into SharePoint

Overview: Companies are looking to get more out of their SharePoint environments. Automating business processes is a quick win to increase process efficiencies, reduce cycle times and increase process accuracy. Find out how Nintex Workflow, Forms, and Nintex Live are empowering businesses to quickly and easily automate processes; from a simple leave approval request, to complex integration across external applications and data sources. Join us to see how your business process improvement knowledge can help make your customers look like heroes with work flow for every one and have a chance to win a set of Nintex Orange Beats by Dre HD Solo headphones!

Bio: Rich has spent the last 10 years successfully working with and managing Channel Partners for companies like Adobe and Microsoft before joining Nintex this past July. He lives in Kirkland, Washington with his wife, Barb and their dog, Kody.

Sean Wallbridge (itgroove, SharePoint MVP - www.itgroove.net)

Title: Notes from the field. Migration to SharePoint 2013. The good, the bad and the late nights

Overview: Having decided to use the Christmas holidays as an opportunity to thrust itgroove onto SharePoint 2013, decisions and actions were fast and furious. Sean will discuss the overall plan, logical and physical changes and decisions made, discuss the risks and changes and techniques used to finish the migration and leave SharePoint 2010 behind. If time remains, we'll also go on a tour of the new GO portal at itgroove and show you some nifty PowerPivot, the Orb and other things that make us tick.

Bio: Sean is the President and Principal Consultant of itgroove and is a SharePoint MVP and Evangelist. Sean likes to characterize himself as a "SharePoint Jedi" (there are no experts, just those who continue to explore the enormous ways of the SharePoint force) and there is no better way to describe Sean's enthusiasm for SharePoint!
Sean and itgroove (www.itgroove.net) specialize in bringing an informed, professional SharePoint experience to the small and mid-size companies that form the backbone of business in British Columbia and Canada. In addition to being a SharePoint MVP, Sean has a rich background in the Windows world and carries many certifications including CISSP, MCSE, MCT and MCSA. Sean has lived and worked internationally (Bermuda) and still carries on an international consulting practice from his base at itgroove in Victoria.

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  • Tom B.

    That was a great evening: Nintex looks like one of the best SharePoint add-on features and itgroove's move to SharePoint 2013 is - to be honest - inspiring!

    1 · February 25, 2013

  • Belanna

    Sorry - can't make it now:(

    February 20, 2013

  • Belanna

    Glad you changed the date :)

    February 9, 2013

  • Belanna

    Sorry - not on Valentines!

    February 3, 2013

  • Heidi B.

    :( on holiday!

    January 15, 2013

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