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SharePoint-Videos to Exhibit at SPTechCon Boston September 16 to 19, 2014

SharePoint-Videos will exhibit at SPTechCon Boston, which will be held between September 16th and the 19th in Boston, Massachusetts. Asif Rehmani, CEO will present two seminars at the conference. Both of Asif’s seminars will focus on no-code development opportunities. Anyone with an interest in learning further about Asif’s seminars should visit SPTechCon Boston Classes.

Michael Blonder, Vice President, Business Development at SharePoint-Videos will attend the conference, along with Asif Rehmani. So any customers of SharePoint-Videos in search of an opportunity to engage, face-to-face with us may want to consider sending someone to attend the conference.

We will be equipped to demonstrate VisualSP, our Help System for SharePoint 2010, 2013 and Online at our booth, including each of our 4 versions — VisualSP-Lite (free), Express, Standard and Enterprise. We also encourage anyone with an interest in any of our online subscription offers for organizations to visit us, as well. We see an increasing level of interest in these offers and would welcome an opportunity to meet face to face and learn more about what users are looking for when they research group training subscription offers to online resources.

Our Exhibit Hall booth will provide us with an opportunity to spend some time learning more about the challenges facing our customers as they address the need to persuade users to adopt SharePoint for daily computing requirements. Coincidentally, Asif’s seminar topics also promise to equip anyone attending one, or both of them, with some important foundation blocks. The no-code techniques he will present can be used by SharePoint stakeholders to empower SharePoint power users (also known as Gartner’s “Citizen Developers”) with the tools they require to be successful as they attempt to build the solutions Line of Business (LoB) groups typically require to operate in a satisfactory manner in a SharePoint computing environment. A side benefit, of course, is a likely lower cost of development, since the users, themselves, are likely to play a big role in the creation of the processes they will consume.

If readers are planning to attend SPTechCon, and would like to schedule an appointment at our booth, please contact us to shedule.

Ira Michael Blonder

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