***Apologies for cross posting***
TFPL 4th Sharepoint Summit...
Following on from the success of our previous SharePoint conferences, TFPL
are pleased to announce that we will be running the fourth event of this
series on 15 October 2009.
In many organisations SharePoint implementations have gone well beyond their
“pilot” and “implementation” phases and are now into “operational.” So now
is the ideal time to assess their impact. Have they delivered on their
initial promise? Have they transformed collaborative working and information
management? Where were the hidden pitfalls and unexpected benefits? In short
have the benefits promised by the marketing hype been realised?
TFPL will be showcasing six new SharePoint case studies from across the
public, private and third sectors. The case studies will explore the
benefits that have been delivered and will demonstrate different aspects of
the platform, which will then be explored by the
There will be many opportunities to ask questions and for anyone
contemplating implementing SharePoint in their organisation, this is an
excellent opportunity to learn from others who are realising the benefits of
Speakers & Case Studies
Key note address
Scott Johnson, SFW Ltd
SharePoint at the heart of the organisation
Peter Gilbert, University of West England
Information delivery through SharePoint
Tamsin Kelly, Leatherhead Food International
Richard Coombe, Diabetes UK
Driving collaboration through SharePoint
Elaine Martin, South Nottingham College
Sharon Hayward, Atkins
SharePoint: Driving the whole business
Mike Herrity, Twynham School
09.30 - 17.00 (followed by drinks & networking)
£295 plus VAT if you book before 1 September 2009, standard price £350 plus VAT.
To book your place at this event, please click on the link below:
For further information, please contact Lucy Frost, 020 7332 6069 or
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This event has kindly been sponsored by SFW Ltd.
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