SEPG Latin America 2011 will be held November 2-3, 2011 in Lima, Peru on the premises of the National Society of Industries in the business heart of the city. Sponsored by the European Software Institute and supported by the Software Engineering Institute, 2011 marks the seventh annual gathering of systems and software process improvement community of Latin America. With an emphasis on learning and networking, this year’s conference will offer attendees the opportunity to gain knowledge from their peers, share experiences, and develop skills to achieve better business results and reach higher performance levels.
The SEPG Latin America 2011 conference is one of the most important events taking place in the Latin American market in the field of software engineering and management practices related to the development of software and systems. The adoption of best practice models such as CMMI, PSP, TSP, ISO ITIL and other standards is a reality in many companies throughout Latin America, this is one of the markets having a greater growth in companies that are implementing these models and best practice benchmarks. This is giving recognition to the capacity and know-how of companies within the industry and is positioning itself as a reference elsewhere in the world.
SEPG Latin America 2011 is aimed at professionals involved in activities of systematic improvement of people, processes, and technologies in organizations where software is key to business success. SEPG Latin America 2011 is geared toward both experienced specialists and those who are getting started in software processes and systems.
The themes and topics to be explored during SEPG Latin America 2011 include
* effectiveness and practicality in multi-model environments
* software processes and global competitiveness
* process improvement services environments and product acquisition
* safety unit–safe and reliable condition
* servicing software factory mode
* software process in SMEs
* quantitative project management and high maturity
* aligning metrics with business objectives
* experiences, case studies, and business results
* strategy for the implementation of associated projects in multi-model environments
Abstracts are being accepted until August 17, 2011.
More information on the abstract requirements, technical program, registration, speakers, and sponsors is available at http://www.sepgla.com.