Software Risk Management Seminar to be Held in Princeton, NJ on March 19, 2009

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CAI's IT Metrics and Productivity Institute is hosting a half day seminar in Princeton, NJ that will show CIOs and IT Directors how to mitigate risks in their IT and software organizations while improving project success rates.

CAI's IT Metrics and Productivity Institute is hosting a half day seminar in Princeton, New Jersey that will show CIOs and senior IT practitioners how to mitigate risks in their IT and software organizations while improving project success rates.

The seminar will include a keynote presentation by Tim Lister, Principal of the Atlantic Systems Guild and author. The keynote will be followed by a CAI presentation on automated project governance. Breakfast and lunch will be included. The venue for the seminar will be the Marriott Princeton Hotel and Conference Center in downtown Princeton at 100 College Road East.

To register for this event, please visit our event registration page at http://www.itmpi.org/events. For telephone registration please call us at 610-530-5225.

This seminar is 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. The Institute also coordinates 100 free educational webinars throughout the year at http://www.itmpi.org/webinars. For more about the Institute, please 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 us on the web at http://www.compaid.com

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