Microsoft Project Usergroup MPUG

Forum for experts and seeking advice about Microsoft Project and Project Server: synergies, exchange of experience and use cases from the practice. Bremen, October 2009. For the first time, held a meeting of the world’s largest user group of Microsoft Project and Project Server and SharePoint user group Bremen/Oldenburg in Bremen. Hard punk theme in addition to the establishment of the so-called German chapter is the discussion of the new features of version 2010 appearing in the next year and the exchange of experience with other users from all over Germany. Especially in times of economic difficulty, high demands on the management of projects and an effective organisation of work in the project area to companies provided. As in the United States already proven for Exchange of users is now among an official forum available. Project Manager include staff from the project office, controller, Managing Director, head of project management audience.

The event takes place on the 10 at the hotel Bremer Tor, Syker Strasse 4, 28816 Stuhr at Bremen by 16:00 until 20:30. The participation is free of charge, see more information about the event contact: 1 26129 Oldenburg phone: 0700 HOLERTCOM fax: (089) 87 18 11 31 E-Mail: Web: Microsoft Project user group was the Microsoft Project user group (MPUG) in 1997 as an Association of Microsoft Project users founded with the aim to promote exchanges of experience and to support the common passion for project management. The MPUG has steadily grown over the years and brings together interested parties and thousands of practitioners. Over 40 volunteer user groups worldwide are the basis for this. The MPUG has based built up a network on the experience of other leading professional associations and institutions, the contributing members in a more diverse way, business opportunities and Exchange professional critical background information effectively. The MPUG aims to deepen the skills in using Microsoft Project and to apply to the specific requirements in their own working environment.

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