Saturday 2nd March, 2013
9:30am to 10:30am
Electronic forms can save your company time and money. How do you get started? You do not have to be a SharePoint or IT guru to use InfoPath. If you can use Microsoft Word or Excel, you can build electronic forms in InfoPath 2010! Come to this session to learn how a large government contractor in north Texas is using InfoPath forms—with features such as people picker name selections, dropdowns from SharePoint lists, action and formatting rules, and multiple page views—to handle compliance with SEC and SOX controls, to gather and to maintain risk management data, to request application access, and more. There will also be a few tips on when and why custom coding may be required.
Theresa Eller is a Systems Analyst Sr. on the IT Business Intelligence (BI) team at DynCorp International (DI). In her current role, Theresa provides SharePoint support and training to DI employees worldwide and serves as a backup farm administrator. She is also a member of the Dallas/Fort Worth SharePoint User Group and is co-founder of her company's internal user group. Prior to joining the BI team, Theresa was a training specialist for DI, specializing in financial applications. Her previous work at ecommerce Industries, Inc. included roles as a training specialist and a technical support professional. Theresa has a bachelor's degree in Public Relations and recently earned a Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning with Technology.
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