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2018 "Engaging Institution-Wide Stakeholders for the Successful Roll Out of New Technology” Webinar
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Please join us on Thursday, May 17th at 2pm ET for "Engaging Institution-Wide Stakeholders for the Successful Roll Out of New Technology" Sponsored by Canon.

5/17/2018
When: Thursday, May 17, 2018
2:00 PM
Where: GoToWebinar
8840 Stanford Blvd., Suite 200
Columbia, Maryland  21045
United States
Contact: Sarah Woods
4432193632

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NAEP Webinar Sponsored by Canon

“Engaging Institution-Wide Stakeholders for the Successful Roll Out of New Technology”

Thursday, May 17, 2018 |  2:00 PM ET

 

Complimentary Registration

 

Director of Purchasing and Auxiliary Services, Gregory Long, will share how Seminole State College was able to successfully gain control of its print environment through the collaboration of its IT group, purchasing department, faculty members and their local office equipment dealer. 

Through the combined efforts of a team of institution-wide stakeholders along with senior management support, Seminole State was able to achieve its goals of reducing costs, improving document security and compliance, and enabling greater accessibility to printing devices by faculty, staff, students and guests.

Higher Ed Procurement Professionals, as well as IT and business units leaders will have the opportunity to gain insight on how Seminole State College built internal and external alliances resulting in a successful technology deployment that promoted innovation, improved the user experience and saved operational costs.


Learning Outcomes

  • Needs Assessment & Sourcing: Working collaboratively to map out resources towards strategic partnerships
  • Getting Buy-in: Identifying and engaging key stakeholders to build a strategic partnership based on organizational vision and common goals
  • Change Management & Communication Plan: Working with multiple departments (IT, Business Services, Marketing) and the vendor/manufacturer towards successful outcomes for all involved.

 

Presenters


Gregory Long, Director of Purchasing and Auxiliary Services, Seminole State College of Florida

Mr. Long has worked for Public K-12 Education, Higher Education, and Private industry. He received his BS in Marketing from Virginia Commonwealth University and his Masters in Procurement and Acquisition and in Business Administration from Webster University. Mr. Long holds a lifetime Certified Purchasing Manager certificate from the Institute for Supply Chain Management and is the current chair of the Council of Purchasing Professionals for the State College System of Florida.



Gisela Albuquerque Weise, Education Vertical Market Specialist, Canon USA, Inc

Gisela is a Former senior higher education administrator and IT Director, Gisela spearheaded and managed various deployments of education technology serving curricular and administrative needs. She holds an MA in Media Studies and an ITIL certification and currently works as Education Vertical Market Specialist advising Canon USA on strategy for technology roll out in education.

  

 

 

Register today for this exclusive NAEP member benefit!

 

Canon is a world leader in digital imaging technologies, ranging from business and medical equipment to consumer and professional cameras, and is committed to helping build a sustainable environment through a long-standing dedication to conservation, education and science.

   

Participants who attend this webcast will receive 1 hour of continuing education credit. This time may be applied toward ISM’s CPSM/CPSD certification or C.P.M. recertification and/or A.P.P. re-accreditation, or UPPCC’s CPPO/CPPB certification or recertification program requirements.

 

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