Guest Webinar: How to Reverse Your Technical Debt


Webinar-How to Reverse Technical DebtThe term ‘technical debt’ and the challenges it can bring are becoming more widely understood and discussed by IT and business leaders alike. But many organizations are still struggling with how to mobilize a plan to eliminate technical debt and fix related issues.


Whether you are taking steps toward putting a technical debt reversal strategy in place or simply want to learn more about what it may mean for your organization, register now for our upcoming webinar to hear David Sisk and Scott Buchholz, directors for Deloitte Consulting LLP’s U.S. Technology Practice discuss how technical debt may be the origin of your software system issues.

Join us on Wednesday, June 18, 2014 as we provide the steps toward putting a successful technical debt reversal strategy in place. David and Scott have helped multiple clients tackle the issue and they will talk about techniques you can use at many levels of the organization to address your mounting technical debt.

Register for our webinar on concrete steps you can take to noticeably lower the technical debt in your business applications.

Date:  June 18, 2014

Time:11:00am-12.00pm EDT

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