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Business Technology Expert to Discuss Improving Corporate and IT Performance in Next ComSci Webinar

Larry Maisel to Explain How the Use of Predictive Business Analytics Can Lead to Significant Competitive Advantage

AUSTIN, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 01/31/14 --


WHO:
ComSci by Upland, the IT financial business management (ITFBM) solutions company, and Larry Maisel, president of DecisionVu Group, Inc. and author of the book, "Predictive Business Analytics - Forward-looking Capabilities to Improve Business Performance"

WHAT:
Will present a webinar titled, "Improving Corporate Performance: Techniques and Tools Using Predictive Business Analytics to Fuel Competitive Advantage."

WHEN:
Thursday, February 13, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. EST (1:00 p.m. CST / 12:00 p.m. MST / 11:00 a.m. PST)

WHERE:
Registration for this complimentary event can be accessed at: http://news.comsci.com/468VDO8330000350000LD00

DETAILS:
A number of factors, such as the massive abundance of big data, a lack of flexible strategies and the business world growing increasingly more complex due to globalization, have led more and more organizations to clamor for better processes and tools to make smarter decisions. When equipped with the right business tools, the company can anticipate future events, forecast possible outcomes and make decisions that translate into the ultimate competitive advantage.

During this webinar, Larry Maisel, president of DecisionVu Group, Inc., will share key findings from his book, "Predictive Business Analytics - Forward-looking Capabilities to Improve Business Performance," and reveal how predictive business analytics can help organizations fully leverage the power of their data to get ahead of the competition and stay there. In addition, he will also explain how predictive business analytics will contribute to the next new wave in decision management and how the predictive business analytics model can be put to work. Attendees will also learn the first steps to deploying the predictive business analytics function in their organizations and how it can provide a valuable and sustainable approach to continuous improvement.

CIOs, executives and IT professionals who wish to learn how they can adopt the predictive analytics tools and techniques that can improve corporate and IT performance are encouraged to attend this informative session.

Additional information about the "Improving Corporate Performance: Techniques and Tools Using Predictive Business Analytics to Fuel Competitive Advantage" webinar is available at: http://news.comsci.com/468VDO8330000350000LD00

About Larry Maisel
Larry Maisel is President of DecisionVu Group, Inc., a management consultancy specializing in Corporate Performance Management, Financial Management, and IT Value Management. He has extensive industry experiences with global organizations including MetLife, TIAA-CREF, Citigroup, JPMChase, Federal Reserve System, AIG, GE, XL Capital, Boeing, Honeywell, Ford, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Pfizer, Merck, NBC, News Corp/Fox Entertainment, and many other Global 1000 industrial and financial service companies. Recently, Maisel authored the book "Predictive Business Analytics - Forward-looking Capabilities to Improve Business Performance," published last fall. Maisel is a CPA and holds a BA in Economics from New York University and an MBA in Corporate Financial Management from Pace University.

About ComSci by Upland
Headquartered in Iselin, New Jersey, ComSci delivers award-winning IT financial business management solutions and capabilities that empower organizations to implement more effective IT financial management processes and governance. Through decades of experience, strict adherence to ITIL technology financial management process guidelines and its suite of Web 2.0 IT finance and business solutions, ComSci helps IT organizations optimize technology costs by enhancing fact-based transparency and visibility, which enables IT and business management to understand demand, utilization and value of its corporate technology resources. ComSci's clients include The McGraw-Hill Companies, The Bank of New York Mellon, Whirlpool, NYU Medical Center, 1-800-FLOWERS.COM, NYSEuronext, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, AECOM, and UBS Investment Bank. Please visit www.comsci.com for more information.

About Upland Software
Upland is the world's largest cloud provider of enterprise software for project, portfolio and work management. Upland is the only cloud software provider that offers a comprehensive family of applications that enable organizations to align their goals, projects and programs, optimize their resource utilization and workflows, and empower teams to collaborate and work effectively. From strategic planning to work execution, Upland drives business results for more than 1,200 enterprise clients with 300,000 active users in 50 plus countries. Visit www.uplandsoftware.com for more information.

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