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Adam Cogan to Speak at Launch of Office XP May 2000

Adam Cogan, Managing Director of local software company SSW, will be speaking at the upcoming Microsoft Office Development and Deployment Conference.

The conference will be held from Monday 27 May to Wednesday 30 May and will host a variety of speakers on topics from programming the web features of Microsoft Office to using Microsoft Access 2002. The conference will also be host to exhibitors, who will be displaying their latest products.

Adam will be the only Australian speaking at this conference which is to be the launch of Microsoft's revolutionary new software package, Office XP.

As a Microsoft Development Network Regional Director Adam has been working with Office XP for some time now and is one of Australia's industry leaders when it comes to Microsoft products and solutions. Adam's company, SSW, has worked on numerous cutting edge projects and count Davnet, Media Monitors, Fisheries Research and Development Corporation and Cap Gemini, amongst others, as clients.

About SSW

Established in 1990, SSW is a premier Microsoft Certified Partner, specialising in building, implementing and maintaining "rich-client" and "browser-based" database applications using Microsoft technologies.

With proven expertise in Access, Visual Basic, VB.NET, ASP, ASP.NET, SQL Server and Exchange Server, SSW offers comprehensive solutions required for projects - from strategic planning of systems and solutions, architecture, development and implementation. We also look after clients long after the project is finished, offering hosting, support and upgrading services.

SSW has worked with powerful clients including Cap Gemini, Accor, Media Monitors, Woven Image, Magna Data, and also run the Sydney .NET Users Group in co-sponsorship with Microsoft. Adam Cogan, Managing Director of SSW, was appointed as one of only two Australian Regional Directors of the Microsoft Developer Network in 2000.

SSW Press Contact

Tim Fletcher
+61 2 9953 3000

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