SATA International Airlines to Keynote NextStep 2011

OutSystems’ annual user conference to focus on the relationship between IT efficiency and business change

Lisbon, 4thMay, 2011

NextStep 2011



The biggest problem in any IT department is change, specifically changes made to keep up with business requirements. Our goal at NextStep 2011 is to offer attendees a look at upcoming trends which will drive an unprecedented amount of new requirements and to offer advice on how to change at the speed of business. NextStep 2011 also provides attendees with tools, strategies and best practices to deal with business change, no matter if they are a multinational megacorporation or a small development shop.

Mike Jones, Vice President of Marketing for OutSystems

 

OutSystems, provider of the industry leading Agile Platform, announced today the final agenda for its NextStep users’ conference and this year’s focus: “Change at the Speed of Business – the Last Frontier of IT Failure.” Keynoting the event will be Antonio Menezes, CEO of SATA International Airlines, who will share how SATA has leveraged IT to help drive innovation across the business and improve the airline’s competitiveness at a global level.

NextStep 2011 is the seventh NextStep conference held by OutSystems, and features panelists, attendees and speakers from around the globe, all of whom are interested in cutting business costs and time to market through better application development and deployment practices.

At the event OutSystems will also launch the next major version of OutSystems’ flagship product, the Agile Platform 6.0.

NextStep 2011 will be held from May 19 - 20 at Centro de Congressos do Estoril, Lisbon, Portugal. More information is available at https://www.outsystems.com/nextstep.

About SATA

Grupo SATA has continued to grow over recent years. With more than sixty years of experience in passenger and cargo air travel, SATA now provides a more modern and functional organizational structure, adapted to the challenges of an extremely demanding and competitive sector. The Grupo SATA fleet is divided between its two air transport companies. SATA Air Açores flies four 80-seat Bombardier Q400 NextGen aircraft and two 37-seat Bombardier Q200 aircraft, while SATA International flies 222-seat A310-300 and 165-seat A320-200 aircraft, operating flights to the mainland and islands, Europe, the United States and Canada, with a combined network of flights including more than 50 destinations. Grupo SATA's five companies are involved in air transport, tourism promotion, airfield management and ground-handling services for all airlines landing on Azorean land.

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