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IT Productivity Conference to be Held in Bridgewater, NJ on May 16, 2006

IT Productivity Conference to be Held in Bridgewater, NJ on May 16, 2006

Bridgewater, NJ (PRWEB) April 23, 2006

Computer Aid (CAI) is hosting a one-day seminar in Bridgewater, NJ that will show CIOs and senior IT practitioners how to dramatically improve the productivity and quality of their software development and maintenance organizations.

The conference will include keynote presentations by Tom Love, author of "Object Lessons: Lessons Learned from Commercial Object-Oriented Application Development", Dr. Herb Krasner of the University of Texas and the Software Quality Institute, and Tony Salvaggio, CEO and Founder of Computer Aid (CAI). The venue for the conference is the Bridgewater Marriott in Bridgewater, NJ on May 16, 2006.

The registration fee is $ 695. There is no charge for executives and managers in government agencies (Official government identification must be presented at event registration). To register for this event, please go to or call us on our Conference Hotline at (610) 530-5225.

This conference is being organized by the IT Metrics and Productivity Institute (ITMPI), an organization founded by Computer Aid (CAI) and dedicated to the promotion of best practices in IT. The Institute advances the work of organizations and individuals who are focused on the role of metrics and process management in the creation and support of software. For more about the Institute, please contact Michael Milutis, the Institute's Executive Director, at

Computer Aid (CAI) is an IT outsourcing firm that has been providing software development and maintenance services to Fortune 1000 companies and government agencies for over 25 years. For more information about CAI, visit us on the web at


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