Stacy Deere-Strole and Stephanie Donahue will be speaking at SharePoint Cincy

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Date: April 17, 2013 at 11:16 am

Focal Point Solutions is proud to announce Stacy Deere-Strole and Stephanie Donahue will be speaking at SharePoint Cincy!

In its third year, SharePoint Cincy will be taking place April 19, 2013 at the Northern Kentucky MET Center.  Nearly 400 professionals from a wide range of companies, industries, and roles will attend the event.  Participants from past events came from Fortune 500 Companies as well as small/midsized companies.  Focal Point Solutions is honored not only to be a sponsor at SharePoint Cincy but to be sending two talented speakers: Stacy Deere-Strole and Stephanie Donahue

Stacy Deere is an MCITP and owner of Focal Point Solutions LLC, a Cincinnati, OH based company that provides SharePoint Solutions for the Enterprise in the mid-to-large market. With 17 plus years of experience in the IT Industry, Stacy has mainly focused on Collaboration Solutions such as IBM’s Lotus NotesDomino and Microsoft’s Messaging and Collaboration Solutions including deployments and SharePoint 2010 upgrades. Stacy is actively sharing her real world expertise speaking at various SharePoint Saturday, Microsoft and User Group events.

Stephanie Donahue (MCITP) is a SharePoint Solutions Architect out of Cincinnati, OH providing consulting services with a focus on SharePoint as an end to end solution. With nearly 12 years of IT experience, her recent focus has been on content management and business automation; utilizing InfoPath, SharePoint Designer and Visual Studio workflows, and integrating service applications like Word Automation and Managed Metadata. Stephanie is actively sharing her real world expertise speaking at various SharePoint Saturday, Microsoft and User Group events.

Stacy Deere-Strole and Stephanie Donahue team up in their session to help attendees with their managed metadata in “Managed Metadata A to Z- Plan, Implement, Make it a Success!”  Their session will help clear up a lot of the confusion and misunderstanding surrounding metadata in SharePoint 2010.  They will cover managed metadata starting with planning phase through implementation, and provide tips on how to make it successful in their organization.  They will also discuss the direction of managed metadata in the near future.

We cannot wait to meet all of the attendees there and look forward to spreading the word on SharePoint and its multitude of possibilities.  Please follow us on twitter @FocalPointSP, @sldeere, and @stephkdonahue.

 

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