Instantis Announces Fall 2009 “Global Leaders in Business Excellence” Webinar Series featuring Lenovo, Recall and Borusan
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|Marc Gendron, MarComm PR|
Santa Clara, California (October 16, 2009) – Instantis, the premier provider of on-demand project portfolio management software used by business process and IT leaders to improve strategy execution and financial performance, announced today its fall schedule for client best practice Webinars. The series features process excellence and IT leaders from high tech (Lenovo), outsourced information management services (Recall) and a diversified manufacturing and services conglomerate (Borusan Group). Business process and IT professionals can learn more about these events and register now by clicking on the links provided below or visit www.instantis.com.
- Tuesday, October 30, 2009 (11:30AM – 12:30PM ET) – Lenovo’s Executive Director of Global Lean Six Sigma, David Olski, will lead a session entitled “Achieving Global Performance Excellence in a Cross-cultural Environment: The Lenovo Story.” Lenovo, a Chinese-owned company with annual sales topping $15B and operations in over 60 countries, is the fourth largest PC manufacturer in the world and is in its fourth year of operation since acquiring IBM’s PC division. Click here to read the complete abstract and register now.
- Tuesday, November 17 (11:30AM – 12:30PM ET) – Dee Hope, Global Director, Program Management Office at Recall presents “IT Resource Scheduling and Availability Planning: A Simple Approach.” Recall, with operations in over 20 countries across five continents, is a leading global provider of information lifecycle management solutions. Click here to read the complete abstract and register now.
- Tuesday, December 8 (10:00AM – 11:00AM ET) – Borusan Group’s Lean Six Sigma Program Manager, Tevfik Durmusoglu, will describe how Borusan is driving continuous process improvement into the corporate culture in a presentation entitled “Taking Your Deployment’s Pulse: Borusan Group’s Lean Six Sigma Scorecard.” Borusan, a $4 billion company operating in a diversified range of sectors such as steel manufacturing, logistics, distributorship and energy, is considered to be a benchmark in Europe in terms of deployment infrastructure and maturity. Click here to read the complete abstract and register now.
Instantis is a leading provider of project portfolio management software used by business process and IT leaders to improve strategy execution and financial performance. Leading global corporations like Abbott, BP, Credit Suisse, DuPont, France Telecom, Lilly, Lenovo and Xerox rely on a single system called EnterpriseTrack to fulfill the distinctive requirements of their strategic project portfolios such as PMO, IT, Six Sigma, Lean and Sustainability.