A Webinar: Agile methodologies with Microsoft Enterprise Project Management

Learn how to harness the power of Agile methodology and tools with the structure of Microsoft Enterprise Project Management (EPM).

Typically, organizations use Microsoft EPM, TFS and JIRA individually, to focus on essential tasks and work assignments.
Have you thought of bringing the best of Agile and Structured EPM together in harmony? 

This webinar gives you the opportunity to learn how to take advantage of Microsoft EPM capabilities like artifact management and team site collaboration while using TFS and Jira to manage your sprint backlog.

In this webinar, you will learn the advantage of:

  • Integrating EPM and agile features
  • Sprint and release planning with the use of backlog
  • Microsoft EPM capabilities like artifact management
  • Team site collaboration while using TFS and Jira to manage your sprint backlog
  • Bringing the best of agile and structured EPM together in harmony

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darrin lange

Darrin Lange

Darrin is Director of Operations and Project Management at Advaiya and draws on around two decades of diverse project management experience in the Information Technology industry. In his current role, he is responsible for forming and facilitating cohesive teams, client interfacing, and liaising with stakeholders. He is a believer and practitioner of the ‘get things done’ approach and enjoys helping the team formulate and achieve their goals. Darrin has earned his Business Administration Degree from University of Montana and holds a PMP certification from PMI.

david cherry

David Cherry

David is a result-oriented Professional Services Manager with demonstrated expertise in all phases of IT solution delivery while working with a broad range of technologies and customers. His role involves building and maintaining high-value relationships with clients and delivering long lasting customer experience. He guides the team in project planning, discovery, and project execution, through the project completion from inception of business logic leading into technical solutions. David has earned his degree in Information Systems Management from the University of Phoenix.