Sponsor: Global 360
Featured Analyst Firm: Gartner
Speakers: Mark Gilbert, Steve Russell
Type: Video (26 minutes)
Microsoft SharePoint has taken the market by storm, with a reported 50% of companies using SharePoint in some fashion. As business leaders demand more user-friendly solutions and adopt SharePoint to support their business, CIOs are faced with challenging decisions.
How can SharePoint be leveraged to drive cost down? Are there ways to leverage it more strategically? And how do we give users what they need without giving up control?
In this webcast, industry experts from SharePoint and Global 360 and thought leaders from featured analyst firm, Gartner, Inc., address how combining SharePoint with business process management can provide an enterprise application platform that rapidly delivers high value solution.
About Steve Russell CTO and SVP, Research & Development Global 360, Inc.,
Steve Russell joined Global 360 in March 2001 upon Global 360's acquisition of ViewStar Corporation from Avaya, Inc. Since joining Global 360, Mr. Russell has been instrumental in providing leadership for all research and development and other activities throughout the organization. Mr. Russell has broad experience in managing and developing workflow and data-automation system software.
Before joining Global 360, he was chief technology officer of Avaya's Customer Relationship Management Division. Prior to Avaya, Mr. Russell served more than 10 years in management at ViewStar Corporation.
About Mark Gilbert, Research VP, Gartner
Mark Gilbert is a research vice president at Gartner. Mr. Gilbert is lead analyst on Microsoft SharePoint and covers content management, document management, document imaging and records management technologies.
Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Gilbert was a general manager and vice president for Vignette, running the company's compliance solution organization. Before that, he was with Gartner from 1993 through 2004, and he established the Content Management research area in 1999. In the late 1980s, he ran his own marketing consulting firm.