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How to Increase your IT Consulting Revenues

How to Increase your IT Consulting Revenues

with Andy Papadopoulos (PowerPoint)

Office System 2003 provides significant new consulting opportunities
since it is all about solutions and not products. The opportunities can
be with regards to better teaming and collaboration, better process
management capabilities, improved personal productivity, and or
business information for everyone.

Microsoft has solution accelerators that you can leverage to drive
additional consulting opportunities to your It consulting practice.
Eric will focus in on one of the six solutions accelerators, namely
Office Solution accelerator for sales proposals. This solution helps
sales teams write more winning proposals with greater speed,
effectiveness, and compliance.

Eric will also demo and showcase the functionality of Office System 2003.

About Eric Moll

As a Business Productivity Advisor, Erik acts as a consultant to
organizations on leveraging current technology assets and on improving
overall business productivity.

Erik brings more than 17 years of experience in the information
technology industry to his current position. For the last four years at
Microsoft Erik was the Windows XP, Windows 2000 Professional, Windows
2000 Server and NT 4.0 Server Senior Product Marketing Manager. Before
joining Microsoft Canada in 1998, Erik spent five years at
Hewlett-Packard, first as a Technical Specialist, then as the company’s
HP NetServer and Networking Marketing Manager. Prior to
Hewlett-Packard, Erik spent four years at Compaq Canada as a Systems
Engineer and four years at NORR Partnership Limited, an architectural
and engineering company, as the company’s Manager of Information
Systems.

Erik has a Masters Degree in Civil Engineering from McMaster University
and a Bachelor of Applied Science in Civil Engineering from the
University of Waterloo.

To Summarize

When: Tuesday March 23rd, 7 p.m

Where: Metro Hall, in the Council Chambers. Metro Hall is located at 55
John Street in downtown TO. John Street runs north and south between
King and Wellington, west of University

Cost: Free is you are a member of one our affiliated associations. Otherwise, we charge $20 at the door.

To RSVP, email us at rsvp@torontotalks.org or phone (416)-595-7484 ext. 305.

Seating is limited so RSVP at your earliest convenience to reserve your seat.

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