IRM UK announce Enterprise Architecture Conference Europe 2010

IRM UK have announced their annual EA European conference for June 2010 in London. It brings together the EA community’s foremost leading-edge thinkers and experienced practitioners from around the world. It is Europe’s leading Enterprise Architecture Conference that is not analyst led or vendor led.

Keynote Speakers include John Zachman, Don Tapscott and Mike Rosen

Case studies and contributors include ABN Amro, BNP Paribas, DHL, Shell International, The Open Group, Norwegian Tax Administration, BT Global Services, Department for Work and Pensions, Ministry of Justice, Cutter, Detica, Capgemini Consulting, The Carphone Warehouse, Office for National Statistics, Microsoft, National Policing Improvement Agency, Sogeti Nederland, Aljazeera Network, Sabre Airline Solutions, NASA and many more….

Delegates can choose from 4 conference tracks and 8 pre-conference tutorials

The event is structured to accommodate delegates at all levels, whether you are just getting started in architecture, re-appraising your approach, or working to fine tune your performance

This year, the main themes are:

: Enterprise Architecture as a strategic tool
: Leading-edge enterprise modelling techniques
: How to apply the results of Enterprise
: Architecture to improve project success
: Re-thinking what is required of Enterprise Architecture teams to cope with fundamental structural changes and new delivery models for business and IT

The conference is supported by The Open Group, Nederland Architecture Forum, Association of Enterprise Architects, The British Computer Society, The British Computer Society Enterprise Architecture Specialist Interest Group, The British Computer Society Data Management Specialist Interest Group, CAEAP, IASA, EDM Council, IDMA, DAMA UK and DAMA International.

Media sponsors include Architecture & Governance, aEA Journal, Via Nova Architectura, ETM, BeyeNetwork, TDAN.

For more information visit http://www.irmuk.com

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