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September 16 Project webcast now available on-demand

CAROUSEL_Project_260x146Join us Tuesday, September 16, at 9:30 a.m. PT/12:30 p.m. ET to kick off the new Project webcast series!

This session will discuss how to create a project lifecycle workflow, with branching logic based on project-level metadata.

In addition, this session will cover how to configure customized email notifications to help facilitate the use of the workflow.

Presented by Gaurav Wason with Project Made Easy

ATTENTION: We are offering 1.0 PDU credits to all attendees who fill out the post webcast survey.

Register now!
You can register for this session, a few sessions, or the entire Project series.

The 4 recipients of a copy of Project Professional 2013 are:

  • Bill B. – Jacksonville, FL
  • Cindy M. – Devon, PA
  • Nadine K. – Saint Paul, MN
  • Shane P. – Hopkins, MN

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