10/6/2003 - Compuware Corporation (NASDAQ: CPWR) announced it will host a free, eight-city seminar series featuring analysts from Gartner, Inc. and Compuware experts. Titled "Business Strategies to Build Better Applications Faster," the executive-level seminars will focus on the productivity power of model-driven, pattern-based development--an advanced Java application development approach that has already proven to significantly increase development productivity and the quality of application code. The seminars will be held in New York City, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Detroit, Minneapolis and Houston from October 8-16.
Business and IT executives from all industries are now being invited to attend these educational sessions where they can network with senior Gartner analysts and Compuware executives. Discussions at the events will highlight the business challenges associated with application development and how businesses are adopting model-driven, pattern-based development to improve their competitive advantage.
According to Michael Blechar, Research Vice President, Gartner, "Some 75 percent of most large-scale Java projects fail by missing both time and budget projections, which means there is a clear business need for increasing developer productivity, flexibility and consistency. Tools that abstract and simplify the foundations of J2EE while providing consistent quality through models and design patterns will be critical to the success of larger Java projects."
Compuware OptimalJ is a leading model-driven, pattern-based Java development environment that gives enterprises competitive advantages and focuses development organizations on key business drivers. Compuware OptimalJ provides significant, quantifiable productivity improvements and measurable increases in application quality. With OptimalJ, Compuware customers have consistently reported productivity savings ranging between 40 and 90 percent over traditional development methods.
"Together with Gartner, Compuware designed this seminar series specifically to help business executives understand the key benefits of model-driven, pattern-based development," said Dan Schoenbaum, Vice President, Strategy, at Compuware. "This is a great opportunity to learn from the experts how an advanced application development approach can improve productivity and provide a competitive advantage."
Business executives interested in receiving more information about this seminar series should visit http://www.compuware.com/events/forms/strategies.htm. Early commitment is advised, since seating is limited. Attendees will receive a complimentary copy of the newly released book "MDA Explained: The Model Driven Architecture Practice and Promise," as well as other white papers and documentation supporting this advanced development approach.
Compuware Corporation, a leading provider of software and technology services, delivers industrial-strength solutions for the enterprise computing environment that dramatically improve productivity, quality and performance across the application life cycle. For more information about Compuware, please visit http://www.compuware.com/.
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