"Eating the Elephant" - Migrating from Microsoft Project Server to Project Online



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Date Duration
Tuesday, September 18, 2018 09:00 AM 60 minutes

Description

This webinar will describe a phased, low risk approach to migrating from an enterprise-based solution to Project Online using a methodical, step-by-step approach focused on driving adoption and building maturity.

Migration from any version of Microsoft Project Server to cloud-based Project Online can involve many considerations and opportunities. There are many benefits associated with being in the cloud including integration with O365 applications, Power BI reporting and Project Online itself.

All the potential benefits will not be achieved in one day, but they are achievable with a focused, methodical approach.  

In this webinar, we will discuss:

·        Benefits of Project Online

·        A low risk, phased approach providing adoption periods

·        Migration considerations

We know migration and we can help you get there so you can enjoy the benefits of the cloud.

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Presenter

John Singel
Practice Director - PPM and Cloud Solutions
QuantumPM, Inc.

John is an experienced IT professional services leader focused on developing, optimizing and delivering project and portfolio management solutions to maximize the efficiency, effectiveness and benefit of client programs and investments. He specializes in devising and delivering business aligned IT strategies, solutions and transformation roadmaps which drive business advancement.

 

With over 20 years of consulting experience with firms such as EMC Corporation and PricewaterhouseCoopers, John has defined and implemented technology solutions which enable business strategies, growth opportunities and operational efficiency. John has delivered consulting engagements in a wide range of industries including consumer products, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, aerospace, insurance, public sector, telecommunications, high technology and automotive.