To improve your enterprise workflow, you need visibility into the work that is being done You need to keep all work, processes, data, and collaboration in a single place. Workfront makes it easy for the entire team to collaborate and keep their work in context using social media inspired tools, so enterprises gain efficiency and productivity and have happier employees.
In this webinar, learn:
- Integrate social collaboration for improved visibility and transparency
- Collaborate and keep their work in context using social media inspired tools
- Maintain visibility across a project at every stage
- Do it all with one tool
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how your team can improve productivity throughout the entire lifecycle of work. Watch this webinar today!
About the presenters
SR. DIRECTOR, PRODUCT MANAGEMENT
Christian is currently Head of Product at Workfront. Prior to Workfront he was the Director of Product Management for Electronic Arts’ Origin group, where he was responsible for launching the an all new social network and service for EA games. He oversaw product management, product marketing and business strategy for the Origin service on iOS, Android and other devices. Christian holds an MBA from Yale University and a bachelor’s degree in Finance from BYU.
Thomas Vander Wal
DESIGN FOR CONTEXT
Thomas has over 23 years of professional experience in information systems, internet, mobile, and web design and development. His specialized expertise focuses on enterprise social software, search systems, and information management. Thomas has been building, designing, and managing social software since 1996, bringing a unique and cutting edge perspective to dynamic information organization.
DIRECT MARKETING MANAGER
Bill Gattinger is Manager, Traffic and Direct Marketing at ATB Financial in Edmonton, Alberta Canada. He has been involved in the production and creative industry in Canada and the US for over 40 years. He has been an avid user and an unabashed fan of Workfront for over 2 years. He loves the Oilers but he bleeds KC Chiefs red.