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Welcome to Tour 2010. Morning: Sales Agenda. 8.30am – Welcome Note 8.55am – The New Office – Learn it, Use it, Sell it 10.00am – Break 10.30am – Selling Microsoft Online Services 11.30am – Innovations in Technology 12.15pm – Tour 2010 Sales Session Concludes. Afternoon: Technical Agenda.

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morning sales agenda
Morning: Sales Agenda
  • 8.30am – Welcome Note
  • 8.55am – The New Office – Learn it, Use it, Sell it
  • 10.00am – Break
  • 10.30am – Selling Microsoft Online Services
  • 11.30am – Innovations in Technology
  • 12.15pm – Tour 2010 Sales Session Concludes
afternoon technical agenda
Afternoon: Technical Agenda
  • 1.15pm – Deploying Office 2010 to the Desktop
  • 2.15pm – Break
  • 2.30pm – SharePoint Foundation Server & Search Server Express
  • 3.00pm – OPK for OEM?
  • 3.30pm - Tour 2010 Technical Session Concludes
your chance to win
Your Chance to Win!

$50,000 in Cash Prizes

your chance to win 1 000
Your Chance to Win $1,000
  • On your Evaluation form answer the question

“Why I Love Office 2010?”

your chance to win 10 000
Your Chance to Win $10,000
  • Tell us “Why you Love Office 2010”
  • Daily Prizes of $300 Prezzy Cards
  • All entries go into the Draw for a $10,000 Prize
  • Closes 3rd June, 2010
  • Web – www.ILoveOffice.co.nz
  • E-mail – nzparcom@microsoft.com
  • Twitter – #office2010nz
  • Video- www.YouTube.Com
your company s chance to win
Your Company’s chance to Win!
  • Deploy Office 2010 across your Company
  • 3 Prizes of $5,000
    • Companies < 25 Seats
    • Companies > 25 < 50 Seats
    • Companies > 50 Seats
  • Deadline – 5pm June 15th 2010
changing landscape
Changing Landscape

The Cloud

Consumer

Web Productivity

VoIP

Vendor Consolidation

Millennials

microsoft office always evolving to meet the challenge of change
Microsoft OfficeAlways Evolving to Meet the Challenge of Change

Collab beyond E-mail

Discreet Purpose

Apps

Personal Productivity ‘Suite’

Email-led PC/ Productivity

Explosion

Widespread Internet

Publishing

Dynamic

Information

Flow

Consumer-ization

Business & User Focus

1989

1995

1997

2000

2003

Beyond

2010

2007

Total Cost of Ownership

Enterprise Cloud

Acquisition cost

Data Processing

Inter-operability

CIO Focus

Security

Self-service

1989

  • For Users and the Business
  • For IT
  • For IT
  • For Users and the Business
  • For IT
  • For Users and the Business

1997

  • For IT
  • For IT
  • For IT
  • For Users and the Business
  • For Users and the Business
  • For Users and the Business

1995

2000

2003

2007

  • Microsoft Word 1.0 for DOS (1983)
    • Line breaks, bold displayed on screen in context
  • Microsoft Excel 2.0 (1987)
    • 5% faster recalculations
  • Microsoft Word for Windows (1989)
    • MSRP $500 (>$1000 current $)
  • Office 1.0 (Mac 1989, Windows 1990)
  • Each release of Microsoft Office innovates for business and IT value
  • New user capabilities address the changing business environment
  • New IT capabilities reflect new challenges and opportunities
  • Existing capabilities are enhanced through real-world feedback
  • Release cycles balance innovation delivery with Enterprise stability
  • Network Installation Wizard
  • Contextual User self-assistance
  • Visual Basic for Applications
  • Microsoft Outlook
  • Accessibility capabilities
  • Web page capabilities
  • Intellimouse support
  • Autoformat
  • Conditional Formatting
  • Shared Workbooks
  • Custom animation
  • OpenXML file formats
  • File format compatibility packs for Office 2003 and XP
  • New Migration Management Technologies
  • Office 2007 Security compliance management toolkit
  • Interactive Command Guides
  • “Getting Started” Tab
  • Managed code add-ins
  • Visual Studio tools for Office
  • Customizable encryption types
  • Support for Windows SharePoint Services and SharePoint Portal Server 2003
  • Office Communicator 2007
  • Live Preview
  • SmartArt Graphics
  • Live Galleries
  • New conditional formatting and charting
  • Task management and to-do bar
  • Deeper SharePoint interoperability
  • Rich data connection options
  • InfoPath for structured processes
  • OneNote for unstructured information management and sharing
  • Online and offline help
  • Outlook cached mode, search folders, desktop alerts, side-by-side calendars, group schedules, propose new time…
  • Word Reading Layout, Compare Documents
  • Save as HTML
  • Easier customization of menus
  • Separate help window
  • Office Clipboard – multiple items
  • Multi-monitor PowerPoint support
  • Personalized menus
  • File history (recent files in Open)
  • Single Document Interface in Word
  • Macro security
  • Digital signature support
  • Multi-language pack
  • Migration support with the profile and custom installation wizards
  • Install on first use options
  • 8Mb of RAM required
  • Volume Licensing Options
  • Delivered on CD or floppy disk
  • Low suite price compared to buying individual applications
  • Administrative install point
  • Package definition files for basic customization
  • Standard and Professional editions
  • 32 bit improved performance
  • Microsoft Bookshelf for reference
  • Long file name support
  • Schedule+ calendar application
  • Binder 1.0 for printing consistency
  • Common dialog boxes
  • Shortcut bar
  • Desktop productivity was not yet an IT department focus…
microsoft business productivity infrastructure

Unified Business Platform

Unified Communications

Business Intelligence

Enterprise Content Management

Collaboration

Enterprise Search

Microsoft Business Productivity Infrastructure

Best Productivity Experience Across PC, Phone, Browser

IT Choice and Value

Unified Communications And Collaboration

Business Intelligence

Enterprise Content Management

Online Service

On-Premises

Website and Security Framework

Open XML File Formats

Extensible UI

Workflow

Search

Secured, Well-Managed Infrastructure

slide13

4.9M Beta users worldwide

Over 80% of beta users have encouraged others to download the Office 2010 beta

9 out of 10 feel that the Office 2010 is an improvement over their current prod. suite

Our most successful Office beta

Beta Satisfaction

Customer Reach

  • Over 600,000 views of Office 2010 demo video
  • Over 50,000 Office fans on Facebook; over 10,000 Twitter followers
  • 232,000 blog posts for Office 2010

Feature Love

  • 75% think BackStage view makes Office a better overall experience
  • 4 out of 5 who have used Sparklines say it makes their data in Excel easier to interpret
  • 3 of 4 users who use Outlook conversation mgmt. say it makes their inbox less cluttered
  • 80% of Beta users who have used Web Apps say it is easier to access and edit docs from anywhere
wave 14 milestones
Wave 14 Milestones

H2 2010

June

May

May

April

March

RTM

Tech Guarantee

VL Availability

Virtual Launch

General Availability Launch

Cloud Refresh

slide15

Office 2010 beta available at www.microsoft.com\officebeta

Complete your Evaluation Forms for a chance to win $1,000

Enter to Win $10,000 at www.iloveoffice.co.nz

Deploy Office2010 across your Org for a chance to win $5,000

Follow the Microsoft Partner Team on Twitter @mspartnernz

Thank You!