GIS: Real Business Value (0609-gis)

Venue: Hyatt Regency

Location: Houston, Texas, United States

Event Date/Time: Jun 01, 2009 End Date/Time: Jun 02, 2009
Early Registration Date: May 22, 2009
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Today's competitive business environment has required organizations to become more diligent about their Information Technology (IT) investments. Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) are no different.

This has meant that business units advocating or using GIS must now compete for their share of a limited, and often shrinking, capital IT budget.

Are you also facing these common challenges?

* Competing with other departments/initiatives to secure an appropriate share of IT related budget
* Having to prove the real (quantified) value of an GIS-related investment to secure budget sign-off
* Seeking to more effectively prioritize GIS-related investments based on the value delivered to the business
* Seeking ways to decompose complex GIS programs into manageable components so you can deliver them successfully and in planned stages
* Struggling with the delivering of a growing portfolio of complex GIS-enabled initiatives
* Being challenged to make a visible and tangible impact to the business, not just meeting project milestones

EUCI has developed a mission critical event based out of the need for efficiency in your GIS system. The "GIS: Real Business Value" conference will bring you face-to-face with GIS experts who will deliver tangible take-home answers to more effectively secure GIS-related budget; and utilize your GIS, Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) and Data Management tools.

Recent global financial implications along with your long term sustainable business practices need to be considered with equal weight. Attend GIS: Real Business Value and discover first hand:

* Building an Return on Investment (ROI) driven Enterprise GIS Strategy & Business Case
* Outsourcing
* Best Practices for successful GIS Delivery
* Utilizing GIS and LIDAR Effectively for Project Managing, Energy Discovery and Regulatory Compliance
* Benchmarking your GIS Performance to Build a Sustainable Data Lifecycle
* Analysis of Leading GIS Platforms and Technologies
* Deploying Advanced Siting Process Automation
* Developing a Plan for Next-Generation GIS Architecture
* Best Practices for Field Force Automation
* Leading your GIS Team with Efficiency
* Data Interoperability
* Back-Office Server Configurations
* The Future of GIS Integration


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Additional Information

The Early Bird price for this conference is $1,195.00. After May 22, 2009 the price will be $1,395.00.