Earlier I wrote about the benefits of creating a performance CoE. I explained by making a move to a CoE you can increase your quality, increase your testing throughput, and decrease your overall spend. I know that this sounds too good to be true. But I'm telling you it's not. Don't just take my word on it. Theresa Lanowitz of voke, ran her own Market Snapshot on performance CoEs. Listen to her on May 19, 2009. She will go over all of her findings on CoEs. And since I'm telling you about it, the findings are good. :).
After you listen to this presentation, come back here and I'll talk about the steps you can take to begin building a CoE.
In today’s economic climate organizations are seeking ways to optimize resources and results. Part of the move towards optimization is the evolution and transformation of the application lifecycle, particularly the components that drive efficiency and quality.
To achieve business optimizationthrough the application lifecycle, organizations are building centers of excellence (COE). A COE focused on performance is a strategic way to deliver customer satisfaction, high quality and resource savings.
Join Theresa Lanowitz, founder of voke Inc., as she presents the findings of a recent Market Snapshot on Performance Centers of Excellence. In this presentation, we will discuss:
Building a performance COE
Achieving performance COE ROI – qualitative and quantitative
Gaining organizational maturity through a performance COE
Realizing the benefits, results, and strategic value of a performance COE
Attendees will receive a copy of the voke Market SnapshotTM Report: Performance Center of Excellence.
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