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Application Lifecycle Management Executive Briefing in Columbus


Date:   4/30/2008
Where: Microsoft Corporation
           8800 Lyra Dr.
           Polaris Center, Suite 400
           Columbus, OH 43240
Welcome Time: 8:30 AM Eastern Time
Event Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Registration Link: http://www.clicktoattend.com/?id=127766
or go to www.clicktoattend.com and enter Event Code: 127766

Recommended Audiences: Business Decision Maker, Technical Decision Makers

Business and technology executives and IT managers are being asked to do more with less. Maintenance of legacy systems and current technology support consumes vast amounts of a typical enterprise IT budget, leaving few resources to develop new standards-based, adaptive applications that meet the core needs of the business.
So how can you measure the real value of IT, and how can you ensure that it helps you effectively run your business? Your core business and your IT departments must unite, and your software initiatives must deliver measurable business benefits. To help achieve this, a common lifecycle management solution is needed to help you track, balance, and communicate the systems that are being created to effectively run your business.

Come join other IT industry leaders to learn how Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) provides a solution by addressing the overall alignment and synchronization of business goals and IT investment priorities.
Hear Proven Approaches to Implementing ALM
During this interactive session, you will learn how ALM brings:
-  Stronger collaboration between business and IT, resulting in better alignment of IT and business goals.
-  Increased accountability, enabling stricter compliance with governance initiatives.
-  Improved project management, including better estimation, tracking, and reporting through a single, unified view of the project.
-  Quality improvements, so the final application meets the requirements of your customers and quality of service requirements.
-  Utilization of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to improve development contribution to the business.


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