Join CAST as we “launch” application risk analytics into spring!

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Spring is in the air, and that can only mean one thing: Application risk analytics! Not exactly what you were expecting? While neither are those pesky architectural glitches that are slowing down your software development and thrusting your CIO and software teams into the limelight.

Join us at the Art Directors Club Wednesday, April 23, in the heart of Manhattan and let's raise a glass for insight over ignorance, lucidity over obscurity, light over darkness, order over chaos, and of course warmth over frost. You can register for the event here.

Don’t miss out on the one and only Application Risk Analytics Launch Party in New York City!

During the party the CIOs of several prominent organizations, including Nigel Faulkner, CIO of Investment Bank, Credit Suisse, and Toby Redshaw, former CIO of AMEX and AVIVA, and our very own Chief Scientist, Bill Curtis, will share their views on controlling software risk, and we will demonstrate how CAST can help drive out IT risks by creating visibility into system weaknesses.

Most importantly, come enjoy an evening of networking, cocktails, and fun with a group of like-minded IT executives! We hope to see you there!

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