2006 - User Conference - San Francisco
Catalyzing Collaboration with OSIsoft and Office “2007”
By now we’re sure you’ve heard how important “collaboration” is, but have you seen any technology recently that is actually geared toward the operations world? We’ll show you how OSIsoft and Microsoft’s emerging technologies, when used together, can solve many of the real problems you face today. You’ll see how Office “2007” and new software from OSIsoft will help get information to people that need it with less effort and a smaller desktop footprint. This session is designed to give you a preview of what’s next and how it will benefit you.
Gregg Le Blanc
Gregg Le Blanc is OSIsoft’s Director of Product Marketing. He has been with the company for about eight years now. He has been playing with OSIsoft’s new technology, and working with customers, development, marketing, and sales throughout his tenure there. He is also a member of OSIsoft’s Technical Steering Committee (TSC), which is responsible for crafting the OSIsoft Product Development Roadmap. He has recently received his Master’s Degree in Chemical Engineering from UC Santa Barbara.
Brian Bostwick has been involved with PI System client tools for over 13 years. He has been a member of the development team since the first version of PI ProcessBook. Currently he’s the development manager for the team at Omicron Consulting that continues its work on new versions of PI ProcessBook, RtWebParts, and other RtPortal applications.
Adam Seligman is a Microsoft Strategy Advisor for the US West Region. Mr. Seligman works with customers on alignment of business strategy totechnology strategy, helping customers realize their game-changing business goals. He holds a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from the University of Texas in Austin, and an M.B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania and is based in San Francisco.