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Mastering the best that Visio has to offer. Secrets from a MVP!

  • 04/13/2017
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Microsoft, 101 Wood Avenue South, 9th Fl. Iselin NJ 08830 or Virtual
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               Mastering the best that Visio has to offer. Secrets from a MVP!


Scott Helmers

 

Description 
This presentation will be a Visio master class-a distillation of the best that Visio has to offer that relatively few people (including many experienced Visio users) know about.  The focus will be on how to add value to any type of Visio diagram, including process maps as a key example.  The presentation will also include viewing Visio diagrams on phones, iPads, and other devices.

   

Evening's Schedule

5:30 PM -  5:45 PM      Networking

5:45 PM -  6:00 PM     * Design SIG Kick Off

6:00 PM -  6:15 PM      Chapter Business and Introductions

6:15 PM -  7:15 PM      Main Presentation

7:15 PM  - 7:30  PM     Q&A and Raffle

7:30 PM -  8:00  PM     * New Study Group Orientation

* Optional Participation for those interested in these special interest areas.

Registered guests will be entered into a raffle to win a copy of the author's Visio 2016 book (a $40 value), and Harvard Computing Group will donate a license for TaskMap Professional ($549).


SPEAKER BIO:

Scott A. Helmers is a Partner at the Harvard Computing Group, a software and consulting firm that assists clients with understanding and implementing business process solutions. He is a co-inventor of TaskMap (www.taskmap.com), a Visio add-in that allows anyone to document, analyze, and improve their business processes.

Scott has worked with clients in ten countries on projects involving process mapping and redesign, knowledge management, and technology training. For more than a decade, he was an Adjunct Professor at both Northeastern and Boston Universities.

Scott has been named a Microsoft Valuable Professional (MVP) for Visio every year since 2008 and is the only Visio MVP in the US. He is author of four books from Microsoft Press: Visio 2016 Step by Step, Visio 2013 Step by Step, Visio 2010 Step by Step, and Business Intelligence in Microsoft® SharePoint® 2013 (coauthor).


 
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