Going Green with SharePoint 2010 – Enterprise Content Management

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 Join me at the Microsoft NY Metro Office for this educational event!

Paper-based document management can be a significant expense for enterprises. Searching through paper files is time-consuming, and there’s always the risk that information may be misfiled or lost. How do you capture, approve and integrate your invoices, expenses and other high volume documents to SharePoint 2010. Today using Microsoft SharePoint 2010 for ECM, paperless by automating business processes is now a cost effective reality.

Many IT events are heavy weight technical cook book sessions, weighed down with jargon, facts and figures. This breakfast event will not be that. This event will feature Peter Ward offering clear no nonsense advice to record management lifecycle, governance, and document automation- capture, control and connect to information. We’ll guide you with honest and straight forward approach to what you should and shouldn’t do with a paperless office within SharePoint 2010.

Peter Ward is the co-author of the book Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Business Performance Enhancement. This book was co-written with Microsoft with the sole purpose to give you the confidence and independence to be your own boss with SharePoint.

In this meeting, learn how to:

•  Reduce costs of paper storage and labor, and deliver process efficiencies
•  Take Sharepoint OOTB Record Management features to the Limit
•  Take SharePoint to a higher level with ECM
•  Realize Savings associated with Document Imaging and Workflow
•  Document integration to your Dynamics ERP systems from SharePoint

We look forward to your attendance; please register early as we might reach room capacity!   

Microsoft Office
1290 Avenue of the Americas
6th Floor
New York, NY 10104
March 24th, 2011
8:00am – 11:00am

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  1. Peter Ward

    Earth day is April Friday, April 22, 2011

    http://www.timeanddate.com/holidays/world/earth-day

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