The Microsoft Project Conference is certainly one of those annual events that’s in most folks calendars who use the Microsoft Project tool suite. The next Conference is being held in Anaheim, California on February 2nd-5th, 2014. With such a huge user base, Microsoft Project Conferences tend to attract large numbers and offers one of those rare opportunities to directly interact with the folks from Microsoft.
This event will allow attendees to learn about the latest updates and uses of Microsoft Project, Project Server, and Project Online from many perspectives including, Microsoft, consulting and customer organizations. Microsoft will be showcasing Microsoft Project Professional 2013 and Project Server 2013, along with the its latest services including Project Pro for Office 365 and Project Online.
The Microsoft Project Conference 2014 will be help at the:
Anaheim Convention Center
800 W Katella Ave
Anaheim, CA 92802
This years boasts two keynote speakers who are both from Microsoft.
Jared Spataro, General Manager, Microsoft Office 365, will be presenting the ‘Future of Business Productivity and Project Management’. Jared will be discussing the way the cloud, social and proliferation of devices have changed the way we work, collaborate and manage our tasks and projects.
Ludovic Hauduc, Director of Development and Engineering for the Office Developer Platform, Access and Project, will be presenting ‘Microsoft Project Portfolio Management Vision and Product Roadmap’. He plans to share the eagerly awaited Microsoft Project Product Roadmap as well as the latest cloud developments and products.
Below are the registration fees for the 2014 Conference.
- General Registration: $1,099
The General Registration offers attendance to the entire conference including all evening events.
- Exhibit Hall Only Pass: $399
This is a pass which offers access to the Sunday evening Welcome Reception and the Exhibition Hall only.
You can register by clicking here.
Who can say no to Southern California in February? The Microsoft Project Conference 2014 offers the opportunity to mix with peers, hear from other organizations who have deployed Microsoft Project and learn about product developments. And, as I’ve said already, one of those rare opportunities to directly interact with the folks from Microsoft. We look forward to seeing you there!