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A SMAC in the Face for Enterprise Software Development

UNICOM

Earlier this month we attended UNICOM's series of co-located conferences, including the DevOps Summit, Next Generation Testing, Digital Transformation and Programme & Project Management.

The event was great! UNICOM's events are always well-organized and thoughtfully planned. We enjoyed the diverse presentations and connecting with others in the industry at our booth in the exhibition hall.

In addition to the DCG-SMS booth at the event, Mike Harris, CEO & President of David Consulting Group, also presented. "A SMAC in the Face for Enterprise Software Development" discussed how social media, mobile, analytics and cloud (SMAC) affect software development. Mike focused on how organizations should prepare for these changes, particularly in terms of improving the flow of business value.

You can download his presentation here.

We hope to see everyone at UNICOM's Process Improvement Conference in November - we'll be there!

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Join DCG-SMS at the Digital Transformation Conference

UNICOM

On June 25th, DCG-SMS is headed to the Inmarsat Conference Centre in London for UNICOM's series of co-located conferences. The schedule includes: The DevOps Summit, Next Generation Testing, Digital Transformation and Programme & Project Management.

All four conference tracks are open to all attendees, so there will definitely be something for everyone there! We're looking forward to the mix of presentations, panels and discussions. If you want to find us at the conference, the first place to look will be the exhibition hall, where we'll have a booth.

Mike Harris will also be presenting as part of the Digital Transformation track. His presentation, "A SMAC in the Face for Enterprise Software Development," will discuss how organizations need to prepare for the changes that organizations are facing due to social media, mobile, analytics and cloud (SMAC). He will offer some ideas for how organizations should prepare for these changes, particularly in terms of improving the flow of business value.

We hope to see you at the event! We also would encourage you to stay in touch with UNICOM (they run conferences all year) via their social media accounts, if you're interested in more information:

  • Twitter: @UNICOMSeminars
  • LinkedIn: UNICOM Seminars
  • Blog: Blog.unicom.co.uk
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"It's frustrating that there are so many failed software projects when I know from personal experience that it's possible to do so much better - and we can help." 
- Mike Harris, DCG Owner

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