Minneapolis, Minnesota - April 26, 2005 - Online Business Systems, an international provider of business and technology consulting and enterprise integration solutions, will present at the Minnesota Informational Professional Society’s (MnIPS) 10th annual Educational Seminar on April 27, 2005.
The seminar will examine trends, architecture, issues and best practices organizations should consider when implementing an Enterprise Integration strategy. Robert Martin, senior solution architect at Online Business Systems, will present a case study from the dynamic and continuously changing Energy Industry. “We will review an integration program initiated by an aggressively growing oil and gas company, looking at the approach taken to make integration more manageable for this organization,” said Martin.
Speaking on behalf of the Integration Consortium, Peter Anadranistakis, Chief Partnership Officer at Online Business Systems, will provide details on the upcoming Global Integration Summit (May 23-25 in Banff, Canada). The Summit is sponsored by the Integration Consortium, a member-driven, non-profit, leading industry body responsible for influencing the direction of the integration industry.
“This year’s Global Integration Summit will bring together the business and technology communities from international organizations in a non-vending platform,” said Anadranastakis. “As a corporate member of the Integration Consortium and an Endowment Partner of the Summit, Online shares the vision of the Consortium. I will encourage organizations to attend this informative and unique Summit and gain insight from real world experiences.”
About Online Business Systems
Online is a private North American business and technology integration company providing services and solutions in the areas of Enterprise Integration, Planning Services, Technology Services, Business Intelligence, IT Delivery, Application Management Services, and Education and Training. For more information about Online, please visit www.obsglobal.com, call 1-800-668-7722, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Minnesota Informational Professional Society (MnIPS) is a volunteer-run organization for IT professionals in the Twin Cities area. MnIPS seek to explore the critical business and leadership issues at the intersection of technology and business while seeking to develop the IT profession and provide a service to our community and society.
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