SPTechCon Boston 2014

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SPTechCon Boston 2014
BrightStarr is sponsoring SPTechCon 2014 from September 16th – 19th, co-hosting a booth with long term strategic partner Webtrends.

This year’s SPTechCon event represents an unprecedented opportunity to get to know the future of SharePoint and evaluate the all important industry movement towards the Cloud; highlighting the possibilities and helping to define your strategy. With an impressive speaker line up including some of the most renowned SharePoint thought leaders, SPTechCon is set to be the place to be for all the latest on SharePoint and Microsoft’s cloud offering.

BrightStarr and Webtrends will be co-hosting this year and are working together to expose the importance of measuring the business impact of SharePoint for your organization, using analytics to drive adoption and deliver greater ROI.

In addition to the co- hosted booth, we will also be presenting a joint session on Friday 19th September from 1:45 - 2:15pm in the Plaza Ballroomcovering this topic in great detail, with a chance to learn from SharePoint experts and analytics specialists side by side, as we share the key to greater SharePoint success. More information on all the sessions at SPTechCon can be found here.

SPTechCon is set to be huge and if you are attending make sure to swing by booth 300to see BrightStarr and Webtrends, and join us for our informative session. We hope to see you there and don't forget to check out our partner Webtrends via the button below!

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