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05/22/2014

VDC Research is Attending IBM Innovate2014 in Orlando

VDC Research will be attending Innovate2014, IBM’s Technical Summit in Orlando, June 1-3, 2014. IBM has planned an exciting agenda for the conference highlighting continuous engineering, DevOps, and Innovation.

We are also pleased to announce Chris Rommel, Executive Vice President of M2M Embedded Technology is a speaker for an important panel discussion, “Best Practices for Agile Product Development”, to be held Monday, June 2. We encourage you to attend.

Best Practices for Agile Product Development discussion overview:

Agile methods are popular and effective in software development for complex products. But, the application of agile principles to the broader product development process offers the prospect of even greater business value through improved productivity and predictability and better management of change. This session presents a panel of several experts to discuss the challenges of extending agile beyond software processes. These experts will also address key approaches that can maximize the value for product development organizations.

Haven't decided yet if you're attending IBM Innovate2014? Please check out the Innovate2014 website for more information on the conference program, scheduled speakers, as well as information on companies that will be exhibiting. We hope to see you there.

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