Need headspace to think about your IT Service Strategy?

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It may seem unusual that you could have thinking space in the midst of a full three-day conference with Keynote presentations, speakers, workshops and social events but that is how many delegates feel after attending the IT Service Management Forum (itSMFnz) conference.

Scheduled from May 6th – 8th, Auckland plays host to the 9th Annual conference which is fast becoming a must attend event for any IT professional wanting to know the latest techniques to reduce costs, deliver better services and manage risk.

Thought provoking and enlightening presentations are a catalyst for reviewing service management strategy and delegates leave the conference refreshed and ready to tackle issues armed with new skills and knowledge.

Highlights of the conference include:

• Special motivational presentation from Nigel Latta – NZ’s favourite Clinical Psychologist

• Key Note presentations from Rob England – The IT Skeptic, Owen McCall – Viewfield Consultants, David Moss – CIO, Vodafone NZ, Andy Keiller – CIO Canterbury University

• A Conference Gala Dinner – Princes Ballroom – Pullman Hotel to network with all conference attendees

New technologies are the constant in IT, if you do not have the foundation knowledge for managing services you will lose customers and make costly mistakes.

Register now and learn from industry leaders, service management experts and knowledgeable peers.

Three-day registrations cost as little $800 – Multiple registration discounts also apply so make sure you do not miss out on what promises to be another fantastic event.

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