Building a Rich People Search with OOTB and Open-Source Components

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Are you keen on elevating your intranet or collaboration portal functionality? Do you grapple with optimizing people search within your organization?

Whether you're a business leader looking to better leverage the knowledge of your team or find experts, a member of an association or community, or an IT professional supporting Microsoft 365, this webinar promises to deliver valuable insights.

In the realm of intranet/portal functionality, effective People Search consistently ranks among the top three desired features. Surprisingly, it remains a challenge for many organizations. In this dynamic session, EUM President Peter Carson will uncover the underlying reasons and provide solutions.

Session Agenda

  • Challenges of the current state
    • Where is your people data? HRIS, ERP or payroll systems, IT (Active Directory, Entra ID / Azure AD), LinkedIn, Excel?
    • How connected are your systems? Is there a system of record?
    • How well-defined are your onboarding, offboarding, and role change processes?
    • What about profile pictures, expertise, and skills?
  • What is Entra ID and why is it important?
  • Building a trusted repository
    • Using Entra ID as a system of record
    • Defining reliable sources of truth
    • The role of people as information bearers
    • Augmenting with LinkedIn or other skills data sources
  • People search options
    • What do I get out of the box from Microsoft?
    • Open-source and commercial solutions
  • Demos throughout

Join us for an enlightening session that will elevate your Microsoft 365 knowledge and contribute to your organization's success. We look forward to seeing you there!

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