Meet Exclaimer In Person at the South Coast Summit

Where: Ageas Bowl, Southampton, United Kingdom

Date: 15-16 October 2021

After 18 months, Exclaimer is really excited to announce our first in person event of the year. Taking place at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, the South Coast Summit will be the largest Microsoft 365 and Azure community conference to be held in the UK, in person, in 2021.

This is going to be the perfect technology conference for Senior IT Directors/Managers, IT Professionals and Developers who are interested in Microsoft 365 and Azure. It will focus on all three pillars of the Microsoft platform:

  • Business Applications
  • Modern Workplace
  • Azure

The South Coast Summit will follow a similar structure to other Microsoft events like Microsoft Ignite and Future Decoded:

  • Large exhibition hall
  • Microsoft partners and ISVs
  • Sessions delivered by both Microsoft UK, Microsoft MVPs, and UK Gold Partners

This event is free for all attendees, and comes with breakfast, lunch, tea and coffee included!

Make sure you register for this free virtual event today via the link below:

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Exclaimer at the South Coast Summit 2021

Not only will the Exclaimer team be exhibiting at stand #10 on 16 October; our Head of Product Specialists will also be presenting a live session on the topic of email signature management and our Exclaimer Cloud solution. As usual, we will be presenting our email signature solutions to attendees, providing product demonstrations, and offering any assistance we can.

To keep up-to-date with where Exclaimer will be next, visit our Events page.

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