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HP ART 5.1 MTE Webinar Announcement

Hello HP ART Customers,

 

We have recently released HP ART 5.1 and we want to ensure that you are able to easily begin benefitting from its new features and functionality.

 

HP ART is expressly designed to increase user adoption and boost your business value of your software investment.  The new release of HP ART expands your reach into your software user community to further embrace the changes of the new style of IT.  

 

This 35 minute Meet the Experts webinar covers the new capabilities that improve the user experience for both consumers and creators of content:

  • Ease of use
    • Template and skin changes
    • Support for additional platforms
    • Text to speech
    • Globalization
    • Other foundational enhancements

This recorded session also includes:

  • Enablement, reference and documentation that is available for our customers moving from 4.4 to 5.1
  • An overview on planning your upgrade
  • Q&A with HP ART Experts

Please join us by clicking here.  You will be prompted to join BrightTALK if you have not previously attended a BrightTALK webinar.

 

 

Your opinion counts!  Please fill out the survey.

 

 

Thank you,

Susan Merriman

Sr WW Product Manager for HP ART

Micro Focus Software Support
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