|Event date:||29 March 2012 15:00 UTC+1 - 15:45|
|Venue:||Brussels Expo Avenue de la Science Brussels Belgium|
Selecting an IT tool is often a one-off decision made in isolation and with little thought to an overall tooling strategy. As a result, each tool’s lifecycle is often unplanned and the potential value of the tool is often not realized. Part of the requirements definition phase for any tool should include reference to the organization’s architecture, at the business level, the data level and at the application level. This presentation examines the architectural foundations of the tool selection process and describes how it guides the selection of tools in the short, medium and long term. Free registration in advance here.
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