CHICAGO, March 11, 2016 -- IQPC's 11th IT Financial Management Week is returning to Chicago, April 25-27, as the most in-depth, expansive and dynamic event of its kind. In its 11th year, ITFM Week will bring together 150+ attendees, 35+ speakers, and 15+ solution providers for three days of forward-thinking, solution-focused discussion.
Executives across all industries will be in attendance at ITFM Week, an event which is designed to provide the key strategies and tools needed to effectively calculate, communicate and optimize the ROI of IT. The three-day event program boasts 3 pre-conference workshops, a 1-hour demo drive, a 2-hour ITFM boot camp, 24+ hours of practitioner-driven content and unmatched networking opportunities. Session topics include cutting-edge cost saving strategies, next generation ITFM governance structures, IT modernization, and innovative TCO methodologies and more.
Experts leading the program include executives from MasterCard, Deloitte, FedEx, Allstate Insurance, Travelers Insurance, Liberty Mutual, Prudential and many more. Plus, our comprehensive exhibit hall will be filled with the key solution providers and business partners you need to meet with to take your ITFM processes to the next level. Exhibitors include Apptio, Proven IT Finance, 6 Fusion, Nicus Software and Cloudyn.
New to the event program is the ITFM Week Boot Camp, designed to provide those who are new to the industry with a comprehensive framework for ITFM success. Attendees will learn how to successfully conduct current state analysis, ensure costing data integrity and build a roadmap to achieve the next level of IT finance maturity.
"We are thrilled to go back to Chicago for the highly anticipated 11th IT Financial Management Week," said Elizabeth Mixson, Conference Producer of ITFM Week. "Every year we try to bring back the most valuable aspects of the event, plus new topics within new and improved session structures – and I think the program for 2016 does just that. With our new ITFM boot camp and two track sessions over the course of two days, attendees can expect to leave Chicago and head back to their organizations with more information and key takeaways than ever before."