What’s the difference between a CIE and a Demonstration?
Unlike traditional product presentations and demos, the CIE puts you in the driver's seat for an informative, interactive experience. It is a unique opportunity to explore Microsoft's Office applications by role playing in a "true-to-life" environment. Discover the right solutions for your business and experience the Security, Communications and Collaboration tools from the perspective of the user’s experience. The Customer Immersion Experience sessions are designed to help you discover the right solutions for your business in an interactive and experiential way.
Why attend a CIE?
If you’re using Microsoft products in your business, you owe it to yourself to attend a FREE Microsoft Customer Immersion Experience (CIE) session. It’s a hands-on learning experience for the not-so-techy, taught in a geek-free environment.
Finding the right software solution for your company can be a challenge. Typically, you start with a business problem and look for a software solution for that problem. This begins the process of navigating through countless web pages, whitepapers, blogs and even videos and webinars. Often, the next step is a brief demo of the product, discussions on the features and benefits of the product and you are on your way to purchasing the software licenses and implementing a canned package. Somewhere during this process, the original business problem, you were looking to solve gets lost. The CIE offers a different approach.
Participating in a CIE is the best way to learn about business productivity tools and technologies without sales pressure. Sessions are led by a trained facilitator and designed to be interactive, experiential and fun.
• No tools required - Just bring yourself and a smile
• Learn through practical business challenges and scenarios
• Learn collaboratively
• A relaxed and fun learning experience
The CIE comes to you on your time and schedule!
This is a great opportunity to showcase the potential of the connected workforce to your executives and stake holders.