Would you like to experience first-hand how Office 365 chefs cook up perfect solutions using the many ingredients in the popular cloud-platform’s growing pantry? WSC founder and Microsoft Teams guru Mike Dixon and a star-studded group of Office 365 and SharePoint experts will cook up delectable business solutions as part of SPTechCon Boston’s “Office 365 Hands-On Kitchen” workshop. The day-long event is Sunday, Aug. 25 at the Boston Sheraton Hotel.
Of course, this is what we do every day for WSC clients. There are more than 30 (!?!) ingredients in the Office 365 pantry, and that’s before we start counting third-party options. Finding the right combination of tools selecting the elements of each and making them all work together.
Menus the kitchen teams will choose from include:
- Intranet Build and Rollout
- Patient Induction and Tracking
- Customer Feedback Tool
- Emergency Management
- Launch a Microsoft Team
The workshop Mike will be joining is a team of “executive chefs,” that currently includes
- Matt Wade, VP of Client Engagement, AtBot;
- Rima Reyes, Sr. Program Manager, Microsoft Teams Engineering, Microsoft;
- Marc Anderson, President, Sympraxis Consulting;
- John Moh, Architect, Microsoft;
- Nikkia Carter, Worldwide Modern Workplace Tech Lead, Microsoft;
- Dimitri Ayrapetov, Digital Partner, TrnDigital; and
- Aimee Long, Principal Program Field Engineer, Microsoft.
Microsoft Teams is the collaborative space that is taking Office 365 by storm, with more than 13 million users as of July. Wellington Street Consulting is a leader in helping clients set up Office 365-connected intranets and Teams collaboration and communications sites to make extranets and file sharing across dozens of third-party apps seamless and efficient. Here’s your opportunity to meet Mike Dixon, WSC’s president and senior consultant, and learn first-hand how Office 365 can transform the way you work. WSC has been helping clients get the most out of Office 365 for more than 15 years. Visit us at www.BostonO365.com.
SPTechCon Boston is an educational conference for SharePoint and Office 365 professionals and users. If you’re interested in attending the entire conference, The Boston Office 365 User Group also offers a $200 discount off the full registration price; enter the code BO36519 here. A one-day pass for Monday, which includes the user group’s expert panel and evening reception, is $395 with the promo code BOS365DAY.
You can see the conference’s full schedule of classes and events at SPTechCon 2019 Program.
The Office 365 Hands-On Kitchen takes place on Sunday, Aug. 25, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the Boston Sheraton Hotel. To register, or for more details, visit SPTechCon.
Of course, if you can’t join us on August 25 but still want to explore the benefits of Teams and Office 365 for your organization, please contact Wellington Street Consulting at 617.329.9215 or email us at info@BostonO365.com.