Infosys to Sponsor Enterprise Architecture Practitioners Conference
The Open Group partners with Infosys to host first ever conference in Asia Pacific
Bangalore, India, February 22, 2007: Infosys Technologies Limited (NASDAQ:INFY) will sponsor the Enterprise Architecture Practitioners Conference from February 26 to 27, 2007 in Mumbai. The conference, organized by The Open Group, will address key issues and challenges faced by enterprises, IT architects and executives overseeing enterprise and IT architecture.
The conference will see participation from several senior executives at Infosys. Infosys has created an architectural ecosystem where business and technical consultants, application architects and delivery teams collaborate to produce solutions reliably and integrate them with the client's architectural functions.
Commenting on the relevance of Enterprise Architecture, Mr. Muralikrishna K., VP & Head - System Integration Practice, Infosys Technologies Ltd. said, "Infosys believes that Enterprise Architecture plays a critical role in enabling flexibility and adaptability in organizations. To succeed in the Flat World, it is becoming increasingly important to understand and leverage business and technology architectures for better productivity."
The conference will cover a range of topics such as Enterprise Architecture and the Role of the IT Architect in the global environment, IT Architect Certification, Role of Academia in Enterprise Architecture, SOA, Legacy modernization and Enterprise Architecture management, along with case studies.
Allen Brown, CEO & President, The Open Group said, "The Open Group has led the way in IT Architecture. It is a great opportunity for The Open Group to be associated with Infosys in organizing its first ever event in the Asia Pacific region. This conference is organized in response to the growing demand for experienced IT architects in India. Its aim is to engage with business leaders in India and define global standards for the operation of IT architecture practices within enterprises."
The conference will see representation from the IT industry as well as other industries and academia, providing a holistic view of the issues and challenges relevant to Enterprise Architecture.
Registration is open to both members and non-members of The Open Group. For more information or to register for the conference in Mumbai, India, please visit: www.opengroup.org/mumbai2007