This webinar is a discussion and demonstration of how Microsoft and ClearPeople enhance your Knowledge Management capabilities with the use of Microsoft's latest technologies.
Designed to share expertise and experiences in using Microsoft 365 in the context of everyday realities, this session concentrates on the practical application of Viva Topics Artificial Intelligence and SharePoint Syntex Machine Teaching to augment employee experience and the democratisation of knowledge.
The demonstrations in this webinar show how the partnering of Microsoft technologies with your Information Architecture and Taxonomy will deliver true returns to your business. Gabriel Karawani of ClearPeople and Craig Stanley of NWG give first-hand customer insight into a real-life implementation.
The session aims to provide you with a much clearer understanding of the technology, the value it delivers and the path to success.
Craig is a Productivity & Collaboration Consultant (M365) at NWG (Northumbrian Water Group) focused on Microsoft 365, Innovation, Digital skills, and Virtual Worlds. Northumbrian Water Limited is a water company in the United Kingdom, providing mains water and sewerage services in the English counties of Northumberland, Tyne and Wear, Durham and parts of North Yorkshire, and also supplying water as Essex and Suffolk Water.
Gabriel is the Co-Founder of ClearPeople, responsible for the overall technical vision for Atlas. He works closely with colleagues at Microsoft on roadmap alignment and innovative Content Services programs such as Project Cortex / Microsoft Viva and SharePoint Syntex. Gabriel also works closely with strategic and early-adopter customers to explore how Atlas combined with the latest Microsoft innovations can improve organisational outcomes.
Chris is the Microsoft Director of Product Marketing for Viva, Viva Topics, SharePoint, Syntex, OneDrive, Stream, Project Cortex, Content Services/ECM and more. Chris’ past experience as CTO includes companies as diverse as Dell Software, Quest, and HiSoftware. He was first recognized as a SharePoint MVP in 2013, and led the SharePoint consulting practice at KMA, a Boston based Microsoft Gold Partner.