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Leeds, England - PMG, The Program Management Group ( http://www.pm-group.co.uk), has added three new dates to its seminar series.


The first is a free, full day Executive Conference to be held on Tuesday 16th April 2002 at the Q-ton Forum, Cambridge. This event will include the latest ideas and techniques from leading figures at the forefront of programme management, including presentations on benefits management, an innovative new programme management methodology and a demonstration of the Hydra³ tool.


“Making the Difference with Programme Management” at PMG’s UK HQ in Wetherby, West Yorkshire on Wednesday 8th May 2002 and Tuesday 11th June 2002 will highlight the failings of traditional project management techniques and explain programme management and its multi-project capabilities for collaborative working. The free half-day event promises to demonstrate methods to re-energise organisations and increase staff productivity by up to 20 per cent and will include customer case studies.


Those wishing to attend can register online at http://www.pm-group.co.uk/fdseminar.htm or by contacting Louise Ellis on 01937 547171 louise.ellis@pm-group.co.uk .


A complimentary lunch will be served at all events.


Journalists are welcome to register by contacting Peter Linton 0118 984 3386 peter@medialink.co.uk.


The Program Management Group (PMG), based in Yorkshire's "Silicon Dale" designs, develops and markets programme management software and services. Founded as Hydra Development Corporation in 1996, the fast-growing company spent over four years developing and refining its revolutionary programme management product - Hydra, and has in less than 3 years established an international customer base of 32 global organisations, with over 5,000 users.


PMG’s Hydra product is a complete programme management suite, offering resource-centric, multi-project, multi-site planning capabilities. Its patent, intelligent pre-emptive resource scheduling allows organisations to successfully plan and implement multiple simultaneous projects without the limitations of discrete task-centric project management tools.


Lisa Benecke
The Program Management Group
01937 54 71 71
lisa.benecke@pm-group.co.uk

Peter Linton
Media Link
0118 984 3386
peter@medialink.co.uk

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