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Microsoft Business Integration Roadshow detailed

27 Jan 11

The Business Integration Roadshow covers BizTalk Server 2010 and the Microsoft Application Platform and will look at how these technologies can integrate your business applications and data, automate your end-to-end business processes and simplify the ability for your employees to gain access to critical data and functionality.

The Auckland event is scheduled for February 14th before moving down the country to Wellington on February 16th.

An opening keynote will touch on IT challenges facing large organisations such as the need to consolidate systems and data, the need to provide superior customer services across multiple products and channels and the need to meet an increasingly complex web of compliance, privacy and regulatory needs.

Auckland registration can be found here.

Wellington registration details here.

Update: The Auckland link seems to have been removed. Anyone from Microsoft care to update us in the comments?

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