In case you have been living under a rock, you may have missed some of the blog posts and buzz that is starting to build about the forthcoming Microsoft Project Conference, being held in Phoenix, Arizona, USA on the 19th through to the 22nd March 2012.
The full conference agenda has not been published yet, but at a high level covers:
- 15 customer-led sessions (representing 6 verticals) where customers share personal success stories using Microsoft Project and Portfolio
- Project desktop best practices for scheduling, program management, Earned Value, and more.
- Project Server best practices for Demand Management, Portfolio Analysis, Resource Management, Time Management, Business Intelligence, and more.
- Key solutions overviews and case studies for Application
Lifecycle Management, Innovation Process Management, Product Lifecycle Management, Dynamics AX integration, ERP integration, and more.
- Technical best practices for IT Professionals and Developers.
Last week I was excited to find my session , ‘Building advanced Project Server workflows with Nintex Workflow for Project Server’ had been accepted. The sessions abstract is as follows:
Many organizations have used Nintex Workflow for Project Server to help them build their demand management workflows quickly and effectively. This session will show how your project management processes and governance can be implemented using demand management workflows, integrating workflows with Project Server event handlers and applying workflows in project team sites. We’ll also provide a few other tips and tricks on implementing these processes.
I have been hard at work with some awesome demonstrations that will show off the capabilities of Nintex Workflow for Project Server and am counting down the days to getting over to Phoenix and talking shop