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NextStep 2010 – Day 2 Sessions Posted!

We’ve just posted the full session list for our upcoming user conference, NextStep 2010; April 15-16, Lisbon, Portugal. Check out the FULL AGENDA!

Just to recap our first day: Paulo Rosado, OutSystems CEO, will be discussing ways to address the “last inefficient industry of the 21st Century” – yes, our very own IT industry! Gartner Research’s VP & distinguished analyst, Massimo Pezzini, will then provide insights from Gartner on how they see changes in tools, methods and architecture impacting IT efficiencies. And last but not least, a look into the future of the Agile Platform.

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Day Two of the NextStep Conference starts with a networking breakfast and roundtable discussions on specific topics. We will then split into two tracks, with presentations by customers, partners and OutSystems technical experts. Finally, at the end of the day we will get back together for demos of the upcoming Agile Platform 5.1 and a conference wrap up.

Track ONE: Improving Performance & Predictability – seven presentations are slated for this track that cover lessons learned in the field and case studies from Bacardi, Glintt, Turismo de Portugal, COOLProfs, Pessoas e Processos, INOV and Estradas de Portugal.

Track TWO: Agile Platform Techniques – seven presentations that focus on best practices and techniques for using the Agile Platform to maximize your ROI. Presented by customers, partners and OutSystems specialists. The presentations range from a comparison of BPMS technologies and the Agile Platform Business Process Technology by AKI Corp; OutSystems & SAP by Reditus and achieving success with Agile in the real world by HYFAS. Check out the full agenda for a summary of all presentations.

It’s shaping up to be a great conference – be sure to register now and keep your eye out for more blog posts and tweets from us!

Follow us at http://twitter.com/outsystems and you can follow our conference tweets and blog posts using the twitter hashtag #nxtstep

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Michel Ozzello

Although he's been working in Marketing for the past decade or so, Michel is still a geeky Software Engineer at heart. He tries to fit technology in every bit of marketing activity he does - from SEO to websites and digital advertising.

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Michel

Considering the theme of Track 1 (Improving Performance & Predictability) and the presentation titles, this really promises to be a very, very interesting day!

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