Prasanna Adavi (left) and Dale Howard (right), Microsoft Project MVPs
I am pleased to report that EPMA has two Microsoft Project MVPs in attendance at the Microsoft MVP Global Summit in Redmond this week. Our two attendees are Prasanna Adavi and myself, Dale Howard. In fact, Prasanna and I are sitting next to each other right now in a session about the future of Microsoft Project Server and Project Online!
By the way, if you do not know this already, the MVP (Most Valuable Professional) designation is an honorary title bestowed by Microsoft on people who possess “expert” knowledge in a software application from Microsoft and who freely share their knowledge about that application with the public. While in Redmond, Prasanna and I will collaborate with our fellow Microsoft Project MVPs from all over the world, with members of the Microsoft Project Product team, as well as with MVPs in other Microsoft products to gain product knowledge and learn from one another.
Prasanna is a new Microsoft Project MVP, having received his award in July 2014. He loves helping organizations to meet their business needs in the area of project and portfolio management. I have been a Microsoft Project MVP for 11 years. I absolutely love training, and have a reputation for delivering high energy, highly interactive presentations and training classes.