Vice President of Client Engagement, H3 Solutions
Matt WadeVice President of Client Engagement, H3 Solutions
Matt is an engineer-turned-IT nerd. His career began designing mechanical systems for nuclear reactors for the US Navy. SharePoint 2007 rolled out soon after and he leveraged it to organize design documents, contracts, and drawings dating back decades; for better or worse, a new power user was born. The IT department needed some help, so he led adoption for a few years following, including the user adoption sides of upgrading to SharePoint 2013. Today he consults internationally on Office 365 migration and adoption. He's recently found himself neck deep in AI and bots.
Junior Consultant Cloud Solutions, pco GmbH & Co. KG
Sven SeidenbergJunior Consultant Cloud Solutions, pco GmbH & Co. KG
Sven Seidenberg is a Microsoft Teams enthusiast! He work as a consultant for a company called pco based in Osnabrück, Germany. In his daily work, he mainly focuses on Microsoft Teams and the changes people and organizations have to cope with in order to accept and use the solution in the best possible way. Together with clients, he develop concepts about how Microsoft Teams can best help the organization to work more productively in their different ways.
Product Marketing Manager, AvePoint, President, Richmond SharePoint User Group
Hunter WillisProduct Marketing Manager, AvePoint, President, Richmond SharePoint User Group
Hunter has been in web development, SEO and Social Media marketing for over a decade, and has MCSA Office 365 & Service Adoption Specialist certifications. Throughout his career he has developed internal collaboration sites, provided technical and strategic advice, and managed solutions for small to large organizations. Hunter is the President of the Richmond SharePoint User Group and works full time as Product Marketing Manager at AvePoint. He is a top contributor for AvePoint’s blog as well as CMS Wire, and has been featured in over a dozen publications, most notably the Wall Street Journal.
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