SEPG Europe 2011: Super-Early-Bird Registration and Housing Now Open

Reserve your place today at SEPG Europe 2011, the annual learning and networking event for process professionals, and save up to $250. This super-early-bird registration rate is available until 8 April 2011 or when the first 50 people register, whichever occurs first. Register today to get the most savings.

Also, accommodations are now available at The Hotel Burlington. Find out more about the hotel and make your reservations today to enjoy a special SEPG Europe 2011 nightly rate and to stay just steps away from the conference activities.

Why Attend?
SEPG Europe 2011 promises to provide delegates with a technical program, tutorials, and networking opportunities that will help them to be innovative and creative while delivering on-time, high-quality software to their customers. As the global economy shows signs of positive development, these competitive differentiators are a key to an organization’s success.

Program Preview
The SEPG Europe 2011 technical program is currently being assembled from a selection of many high-quality abstracts. The technical program will correspond with the theme the co-chairs have selected for this year’s conference: Global Excellence in Software and Security. What does that mean for delegates?

SEPG Europe 2011 will share research results and business solutions in three critical focus areas: architecture, process improvement, and security. You will gain an increased understanding that will help you optimize your performance in every aspect of your organization. The technical program will help to answer these important questions:

Process Improvement
What are the best practices being used to deliver quality software solutions that meet user needs?
How can I improve my organization’s process to achieve high performance without sacrificing agility?

What security threats and preventative practices should I be aware of to resist attacks on my networked systems?
How do we limit damage and ensure continuity of critical services in spite of attacks, accidents, or failures?

How can our organization build a software architecture that contributes to a positive development outcome?
What are the benefits of taking the time to properly design, implement, document, and evaluate a software architecture?


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