Executive Seminar: Achieving the Efficiently Managed Enterprise Through IT Optimisation and Automation

When:
Jul 19, 2010 10:00 AM
 
Where:
Sydney - Quay Grand Suites Sydney
 
More:
 

Please join ASG's CEO, Arthur Allen, and CTO, John Connor, as they lead a seminar on: * Providing more value to the business while containing costs * Improving efficiencies in IT and business service management * Increasing value of IT the business and improving service delivery to customers and end-users * Enabling decision support based on current information rolled up into a single dashboard view

At this complimentary seminar and lunch, you'll learn how ASG is helping organisations achieve total enterprise IT service management through an effective and proven methodology. ASG's infrastructure, solutions, and information leverage your current portfolio and help you manage, observe, correct, automate, and validate IT's worth and improve business service delivery.

We’re not just going to talk about it; we’re going to show it to you. See in action the results of applying the Total Enterprise Management concepts at a global IT organisation.

19 July - Sydney - Quay Grand Suites Sydney
20 July - Canberra - Hyatt Hotel Canberra
21 July - Melbourne - The Westin Melbourne

10:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. – Registration
10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. – Presentations
12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. – Lunch

Every day, ASG helps organisations like yours move toward a greater level of IT and Business Service optimisation.

Seminar attendees will receive a copy of the December 2009 report: "It's Time for IT Management Software 2.0," by Forrester Research analyst Jean-Pierre Garbani with Thomas Mendel, Ph.D., Evelyn Hubbert, Edward Radcliffe

Complimentary registration available now!
Go to: http://www.asg.com/go/seminars/apac
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