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Business Innovation: Your 2010 Competitive Edge

Learn how you can show ROI for business improvement investments

If you've been frustrated by complex and expensive IT projects that have often delayed operational changes and business improvements, consider attending this interesting free webinar on Tuesday, January 19, 2010, at 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST.

Learn how you can show ROI for business improvement investments and get a green light from executive sponsors for the targeted projects. Find out how companies like yours have rapidly been achieving success through exploiting new revenue opportunities earlier, outperforming the competition easier and incorporating acquisitions faster.

Speakers: Lem Lasher (President of Global Business Solutions and Chief Innovation Officer, CSC) and Mark de Simone (Chief Sales and Business Development Officer, Cordys)

Space is limited. Click here to reserve your free Webinar seat now.

More Stories By Jan Baan

Jan Baan is the driving force behind the vision of Cordys and a proven entrepreneur and philanthropist. With the development of his first software package in 1978, Jan pioneered what was to become the ERP industry and created one of the fastest growing software companies in the world. He was also instrumental in the successes of WebEx and Top Tier as early investor and advisor

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