I’m excited to announce a new issue of Partner Pivot! It highlights Adriana Neagu, the co-founder and CEO of Formotus, and how her company is transforming mobile computing to make it globally accessible.
"Formotus was created to meet the changing needs of an increasingly mobile workplace.”
A woman in the technology field, Adriana takes a fresh approach to the development of her company, as well as her professional growth. Rather than trying to break the glass ceiling, Adriana says, “all my efforts are spent toward building something important for our customers,” an approach to women’s success in the tech industry that is not widely discussed.
The technology used at Formotus is deeply engrained in Microsoft, offering a technological successor for Infopath, Microsoft’s software application for managing electronic forms. Being a Microsoft partner has its perks: Formotus was recently featured at the 2014 SharePoint conference in Las Vegas, offering a solution-based roadmap for the future of InfoPath. This engagement inspired confidence in the users of Formotus, informed potential customers of its benefits, and displayed an excellent partner relationship.
“I have found that the more you get involved in the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference the more you will take away from it.”
In preparation for WPC 2014, utilize WPC Connect to discuss the impact and implications of changing the paradigm of success and how it is achieved. Looking to engage with other women in technology? Connect with your local WIT (Women In Technology) community and join the WIT group in WPC Connect.
The registration price for WPC 2014 increases after April 24, so register today! April 24 is also the last day to take advantage of the payment plan. For more information, visit the FAQ page.
See you in Washington, D.C.!