This years Conference Programme at Service Management Expo, held at the NEC, Birmingham on 22-23 September 2009 , has now been confirmed. With case-study led big brand sessions and a brand new stream dedicated to mobile solutions and developments, the enhanced programme offers visitors over 20 thought-leading, high-level and informative seminars.
This conference-level education programme, including two lunchtime Keynote sessions, will be free to attend for all SME visitors making it a worthwhile destination for anyone in field service, including those facing a slashed budget for training employees. The 2009 programme guarantees real case studies with key learnings from big brands such as BSkyB, RSPCA, Comet, BT, Yorkshire Water, University of Bristol, NHS and Fujitsu.
The brand new Mobile Stream, introduced following the continuing growth in mobile networks, hardware and communications within field service, will provide visitors with seminars including:
Enabling productivity through technology - Programme Director, BT Openreach
Skys supply chain and getting it right the first time - Head of Supply Chain Services, BSkyB
DIY mobile data for field service - IT Manager, General Vending Services
The Strategy & Technology Stream, highlighting both the theory and practice behind effective field service management, will include sessions such as:
Reducing the cost of field service with technology IT Manager, University of Bristol
Improving customer service in the NHS Head of OD, NHS
Revenue gains through the service lifecycle Head of Strategy & Business Change, Fujitsu
The Field Service & Operations Stream features sessions covering scheduling, tracking, job management and outsourcing, such as the following:
Essential service technology investment Team Manager, ICOM Field Operations, Yorkshire Water
Off the shelf or do it yourself IT Development Manager, Facilities Services Group
The value of international IT outsourcing Service Delivery Manager, Unisys
The exhibition and conference combined result in Europe's biggest offering of field service and mobile solutions and will take place on 22 23 September, Hall 10, NEC Birmingham. For more information about the FREE conference programme and to register for free entry visit www.servicemanagement.co.uk