Come for the free breakfast, stay for the company!

We have gathered the top Richmond modern workplace professionals from government agencies, financial institutions and other medium to large commercial enterprises.

These are the people who work with Microsoft and AvePoint tools everyday and are facing (and in some cases have solved!) the same issues you are facing.

Get the most out of your Office 365 and SharePoint investments and hear the latest roadmap items from AvePoint and Microsoft.

Topics Covered Include:

  • Industry Professionals sharing how they have used AvePoint Solutions to maximize their Microsoft investments
  • Featured Speakers Matthew Ontell and Hunter Willis will hold a round table discussion to discuss what the modern workplace looks like for you and your organization
  • Agenda
  • 8:30 - 9:00 AM

    Registration & Networking Breakfast

  • 9:00 - 9:30 AM

    Customer Case Stories
    Speakers TBD

  • 9:30 - 10:30 AM

    The Future of Your Modern/Digital Workplace
    Round Table Discussion with Matthew Ontell and Hunter Willis

Glen Allen

Microsoft Office
4301 Dominion Boulevard
Glen Allen, VA 23060

October 29, 8:30AM–10:30AM

Meet the experts in Glen Allen

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Matthew Ontell

Principal Program Manager, Microsoft

Matt is a Principal Program Manager in the Office Customer Experience Team, focused on helping organizations move quickly and confidently to the cloud with FastTrack. He joined Yammer's Customer Success team back in 2010, prior to it's acquisition by Microsoft, helping organizations become more responsive. He eventually led the Office 365 Customer Success team for the Americas before joining the FastTrack team. He has a passion for organizational change management, culture change, driving adoption and value, and helping people and their organizations make the most of the latest technology.

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Hunter Willis

Product Marketing Manager, AvePoint, President, Richmond SharePoint User Group

Hunter has over a decade of IT experience, and has been with the Richmond SharePoint User Group for several years. He is a regular community contributor, and has published articles with Petri, Redmond Mag, and CMS Wire and other publications. Hunter continues to serve as a volunteer IT admin in Richmond, VA