If your answer is ‘Yes’ to any of the questions below – this webinar is a must!
System security design was not adequately completed prior to go live due to time constraints
Join us for a webinar as project delivery expert David Surabian, Head – Business Development, Fortude in discussion with Robert McKee, SVP – Americas, Fortude share their cumulative experience on how to evaluate the work accomplished to-date post implementation and how to simply apply the ‘Access, Review and Report’ approach to help get project objectives back on track.
Speakers: David Surabian
Data: 13th, February, 2020 (Thursday)
Time: 10.00 – 10.30 am EST
Meet our speakers:
Head – Business Development
Senior Vice President – America
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