SharePoint 2007: Business Benefits for the Retail Industry

Content and Code
Thu, 20 Nov 2008, 09:30 - 14:00 (Add to calendar) GMT
Microsoft Ltd , London, GB

Reference: CODEWEB14
FREE EVENT - BOOK NOW! email: [email protected]

Discover the multitude of solutions provided by a Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 platform allowing organisation in the Retail industry to obtain real business value.

More than 80% of an organisation's digitised information reside in individual hard drives and in personal files. In addition, individuals hold the key to the knowledge economy and most of it is lost when they leave the enterprise. SharePoint 2007 serves as a platform for the future, offering many benefits to your organisation, including enhanced collaboration and search features, as well as improved delivery of business intelligence.

This event will also present Enterprise Project Management, FAST, Silverlight and Deep Zoom.

Join us at this seminar and enjoy interactive breakout demonstrations as well as a buffet lunch.

This seminar is FREE and is aimed at IT and Communications Managers and Directors wishing to be familiar with MOSS 2007. Content and Code also encourages senior business professionals, such as CFO and marketing managers, to attend the event to learn about the business implications of SharePoint 2007.

Reserve your FREE seat now
email: [email protected] or phone 020 7101 0926

Please include the following in your email: company name, the name(s) of your attendee(s), their job titles and contact phone numbers. Please quote CODEWEB14 . You may also reserve by contacting your Content and Code Account Manager.

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