Habanero announced today that its Collaboration Practice Leader, Brian Edwards, has been invited to participate in Microsoft's Information Worker Partner Advisory Council (IW PAC). The IW PAC is comprised of individuals from within Microsoft and its partner community who have demonstrated expertise in solutions that enable organizations to better manage, prioritize and collaborate on increasing volumes of information. The IW PAC represents a unique opportunity for participants to provide feedback on how current products are being leveraged to address the issues and opportunities being faced by the Information Worker community, as well as make recommendations for future improvements.
In addition to over 10 years of experience architecting and implementing collaboration solutions, from Portals and Content Management Systems to Business Process Automation systems and other solutions built upon the Microsoft Office System, Brian regularly writes and presents on topics related to improving collaboration and information worker productivity.
"When we originally formed a Collaboration practice at Habanero in 2002, our goal was to help clients realize cost savings, efficiency gains, and competitive advantage by increasing the quality of shared information, the efficiency of business processes and the productivity of individuals and teams", says Brian. "Looking back now and reviewing the impact these solutions have had on our clients business reaffirms our commitment to the Microsoft platform."