Last week I had the pleasure of attending SPS Washington DC, it was great to be in our nation’s capital and meet with old friends, strategic partners and new companies attending this important community event to learn more about the challenges and opportunities we all face in transforming companies’ online user experiences. It was great to staff our booth with our partner Mindsharp along with our head of sales, Don Greger who lives in the D.C. area. Yes, he makes a very tall panda.
I’m always thrilled to talk Content Panda and relate how we are helping customers in their migrations from one version of SharePoint to another.
We’ve just released a new case study that details how we deployed in a company’s legacy version of SharePoint and their new version. The company saw a 77% decrease in support tickets in the implementation of Content Panda saving their IT department time and money. Download the full case study.
Also, if you would like a refresher on Content Panda’s adoption best practices, honed through transforming over 500,000 individuals’ online user experience, download our free Adoption eBook today.
I had a moment to walk around the city on the weekend and had a wonderful moment at the U.S. Capitol building where it was oddly just me, the chirping birds and that grand building.
Later this week I’ll be attending our AIIM International Board Meetings and meeting up with colleagues to talk Information Management and policy for our organization.
The best way to see how Content Panda can lower support tickets, empower end users and promote governance is to schedule a 30-minute demo with us. We have a handy scheduler where you can pick at a time at your leisure and in your time zone. I invite you to give Content Panda a look.
I love visiting Washington DC. A big thank you to Adam Levithan and all the sponsors, speakers and the DC User Group.