Mindjet puts SharePoint data on the map 03.09.11 At the Australian SharePoint Conference in Sydney, Mindjet has launched two new products that enhance the use of Microsoft’s SharePoint application. MindManager Explorer for SharePoint delivers an easier way to organise, navigate, view and act on the avalanche of information that is often uploaded to the SharePoint platform. MindManager Mapshare empowers SharePoint users to easily share their maps throughout the company, without the need for a native client.
Abe Smith, Mindjet Regional Vice President, Americas and Asia Pacific, said, “Our two new applications have been created to effectively leverage SharePoint and optimise its capabilities: MindManager Explorer for SharePoint squarely addresses the pain of navigating through volumes of data resulting from the growing use of SharePoint throughout Australia, while Mapshare allows SharePoint users to collaborate better via shared maps across teams and departments.”
Cameron Ackbury, Mindjet General Manager Asia Pacific and Japan, said, “Advanced integration with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), Outlook and Project is now complemented by SharePoint integration. Now all Mindjet solutions seamlessly integrate with these popular Microsoft Office products so that Australian users can be both more efficient and productive in their business efforts.” The new MindManager applications may be viewed on the Mindjet stand at Microsoft’s Australian SharePoint Conference, at the Sydney Hilton, on March 8 and 9 – Grand Ballroom Lobby – Booth #9. Mindjet products are also available for free trial or purchase at http://www.mindjet.com/products/overview and through an extensive partner network at www.mindjet.com/community/partners/overview.
Abe Smith, Mindjet Regional Vice President, Americas and Asia Pacific, said: “We are increasing our investment and resources in Australia as growth in the country is integral to our success in the Asia Pacific region. We are pleased to announce that we have added seasoned professionals Cameron Ackbury in General Manager Asia Pacific and Japan, and Conor O’Gorman as Channel Manager.”
Conor will head the country’s channel efforts based out of Sydney. John England, Managing Director of Australian Master Distributor, Mindsystems, said: “We are excited to be supporting Mindjet at the SharePoint Conference. It’s clear that SharePoint’s cloud-based solution represents the future and is very important for the entire spectrum of Australian business.”