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Office 2010 Global Experience
Hi, my name is Javier Larrinaga and I run the Program Management for the Global Experience Platform Team (GXP). The purpose of this post is to introduce you to our team and the role we play within the Microsoft Office organization. The current reality of collaboration pushes language, cultural and local requirements to new levels. In this new environment, for Office 2010, we are increasing our investments on World-Readiness and Global Experience to enable our customers to be successful. GXP contributes to this strategy by providing a platform that enables the Office organization to deliver an optimal Global User Experience across the Office System. Our team executes this mission in three ways:
On behalf of the GXP team, I want to thank you for your interest in Office and its Global support. We look forward to your comments and to sharing more about the release in the coming weeks.
To learn more about our Global features in Office 2010, please visit http://blogs.technet.com/office_global_experience
Javier Larrinaga, Group Program Manager, GXP.
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