Customer Immersion Experience

The Customer Immersion Experience provides a facilitated hands-on environment where you can test drive Microsoft technologies including Office 365, Office, Exchange, SharePoint, Lync, Project, Visio, Windows, Windows Phone, Dynamics CRM and System Center.

The immersion aims to provide a conducive environment to deliver a best-in-class and hands-on demo experience for you, such as the Business & Technology Decision Markers. Sessions are led by a trained facilitator and are designed to be interactive, experiential, and fun.

Customer Immersion Experience
Customer Immersion Experience

The Microsoft Customer Immersion Experience (CIE) is a hands-on introduction to Windows 8 and the new Office that gives you an opportunity to experience these powerful new productivity solutions for yourself.

A CIE is not a generic demo about all the features Microsoft products offer. It’s a true-to-life user experience that takes you through common work-related scenarios such as being productive while mobile, using social networking to get work done, and connecting in real time with coworkers and customers. It also gives you a first-hand look at the fast and fluid experience of Windows 8 and the exciting features of the new Office across a variety of devices, including tablets, PCs, and smartphones.

Participating in a CIE is the best way to learn about business productivity tools and technologies without sales pressure.

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SATS
5.15.2013

SATS

Firm Adopts a Modern, Flexible IT Platform and Cuts Costs by Approximately 20 PercentRead More
Ghim Li
5.13.2013

Ghim Li

Textiles Co. Cuts Travel & Phone Costs, Speeds Time-to-Market with Cloud Conferencing. Singapore knitwear firm, Ghim Li, needed trans-national design and production teams to work closely and at high speed.Read More
Ryobi Kiso
5.13.2013

Ryobi Kiso

Construction-Site Engineers Secure Plans & Schedules, Reduce Costs with Cloud Email. Construction firm, Ryobi Kiso, issued site engineers with POP email accounts, so they could access plans, schedules and design documents from laptops and mobile devices throughout their working day. However, engineers’ email accounts had limited storage, and documents saved on personal devices, were frequently lost. Read More
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