Posted by: kurtsh | May 29, 2009

INFO: Early Bird (Discounted) Registration available for Project Conference 2009

image Project Conference 2009 will be the biggest public disclosure event and the best conference to attend to get in-depth and hands-on technical training with Microsoft Project 2010. Let Microsoft Project help you save money, enhance efficiency and drive growth.

Register now for just $699 and attend Project Conference 2009 in Phoenix, Arizona from September 14-17, 2009. Use code PC09tecED.  This offer expires June 15.


Microsoft is pleased to announce the 5th annual Microsoft Project Conference being held September 14-17, 2009 at the Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix, AZ.

This year’s conference will exclusively disclose the powerful capabilities included in Microsoft Project 2010 and Microsoft Enterprise Project Management (EPM) Solutions while providing real world guidance on how Microsoft Project 2007 and Microsoft EPM Solutions are helping customers today with Project and Portfolio Management to save money, enhance efficiency and prepare for future growth. With in-depth content and hands-on opportunities to learn about Microsoft Project 2010 and Microsoft EPM Solutions, obtain unique insights into how the next release will continue to support your business tomorrow.

No other conference will come close to delivering the quantity and quality of content and experiences that you’ll find at Project Conference 2009. It’s sure to be one of the most exciting and valuable yet with high-impact keynotes, 75+ in-depth breakout sessions, hands on and instructor led labs, demonstrations and many opportunities to connect and collaborate with your peers, industry practitioners and technologists, certified partners and the Microsoft Project team. In the current economic climate, it’s vital to keep both your individual skills and organizational capabilities moving forward! Don’t be left behind – there won’t be another opportunity elsewhere or during the next year to “Learn, Connect and Grow” like at Project Conference 2009.

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