Allentown, PA (PRWEB) August 9, 2007
CAI's IT Metrics and Productivity Institute will continue producing a series of weekly, full-day conferences in the fall of 2007 that will show CIOs and senior IT practitioners around the world how to leverage best practices to compete in the global marketplace while dramatically improving the productivity and quality of their software development and maintenance organizations.
The conferences will include lectures by Watts Humphrey, author and founder of the Software Process Program at Carnegie Mellon's Software Engineering Institute (SEI), Capers Jones, author of 14 software management books and Chief Scientist Emeritus of Software Productivity Research, Ed Yourdon, author of "Decline and Fall of the American Programmer," Dr. Howard Rubin, Senior Gartner Advisor and former Technology Ambassador to the White House, Dr. Vic Basili, Director of the Fraunhofer Center for Experimental Software Engineering at the University of Maryland, David Garmus, author and former President of the International Function Point User's Group, David Zubrow, Director of the Software Measurement and Analysis Program at Carnegie Mellon's Software Engineering Institute, Peter Hill, President of the International Software Benchmarking Standards Group, Tony Salvaggio, President of CAI and Founder of the IT Metrics and Productivity Institute, and Dr. Robert Charette, author and world renowned software risk management expert.
These weekly conferences are being organized by the IT Metrics and Productivity Institute (ITMPI), an organization founded by CAI and dedicated to the promotion of best practices in IT. The Institute advances the work of organizations and individuals who are focused on the role of metrics and process management in the creation and support of software. To find out more about the Institute's conference program please visit the Institute's main registration page at http://www.itmpi.org/events or contact Michael Milutis, the Institute's Executive Director, at http://www.itmpi.org.
Computer Aid (CAI) is an IT outsourcing firm that has been providing software development and maintenance services to Fortune 1000 companies and government agencies for over 25 years. For more information about CAI, visit them on the web at http://www.compaid.com
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