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Leading Vendors and End Users Discuss Today’s Integration Challenge

  • 21 June, 2004 16:03

<p>NORTH SYDNEY, 21st June, 2004 – Business and technology executives from key organisations within Australia join Merv Langby, IDC Australia’s Chief Services Analyst and leading vendors including; HP, IBM, BEA and Computer Associates at The Westin Hotel on Tuesday the 22nd June 2004, to discuss how to solve the Integration Nightmare at IDC’s “Integrating the Enterprise” event.</p>
<p>“Integration has moved into the top 10 top priorities of Australian CIOs and IT managers. IDC has found due to legislative changes such as preparing for Sarbanes Oxley and the introduction of new technologies, integration has now become a more important focus area and the challenges around integrating systems and applications need to be addressed” said Catherin Bennett, IDC Australia’s Director of User Programmes.</p>
<p>“The need to provide accessibility to critical business systems and information for the on-demand enterprise has resulted in CIOs searching for improved efficiencies and effectiveness through systems integration” added Ms Bennett.</p>
<p>This event will examine the Integration issues and challenges that currently face CIOs and IT Managers today. Topics covered at this event will include; how to determine the ROI for integration investments, Multi-Line management, consolidated customer care, knowledge management &amp; Business Intelligence and operating efficiency for cost containment &amp; reduction.</p>
<p>The need for a rapid and flexible response to changing business needs is the major force driving enterprise integration today and many of the above issues will be addressed at IDC's “Integrating the Enterprise” event.</p>
<p>For further information about this event please go to: http://www.idc.com.au/events/integration/ or for interviews with any of the speakers, please contact: Belinda Johnson, IDC Australia's Marketing Director on email bjohnson@idc.com or phone 61 2 9925 2236.</p>

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