We were honored to receive the MCLA Training Award (Microsoft Community Leadership Award) at the Project Conference 2012 (in March) presented by Microsoft and MPUG (Microsoft Project Users Group). Awards were presented by Ludo Haudac, the General Manager of Microsoft Project business. It was a great event and evening.
Thank you to all those for the nominations.
MCLA Training Award
This award is presented to exceptional instructors — people who have given presentations either in person or through LiveMeeting to help members of the MPUG community advance their knowledge of products and practices. This award is judged based primarily — but not solely — on the results of post-event online survey responses. The MCLA Training Award goes to following trainers:
Jacques Goupil for his expertise in Reporting
True Leaders! MPUG Community Leader Awards
What sets the Microsoft Project Community apart? Those individuals who are willing to stand out and take the time to share what they’ve learned with others. MPUG community leaders turn what could be just another product information site into a vibrant user community.
For that reason, MPUG and Microsoft are proud to present the second annual MPUG Community Leader Awards (MCLA). Presented during the Microsoft Project Conference 2012 March 19th, 2012, MCLA recognizes the work and dedication of a number of individuals that have contributed generously to the MPUG community.