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Mercury to hold “Optimize Outcomes” User Conference in Melbourne in May

  • 12 April, 2006 08:02

<p>Mercury is holding Mercury World Australia, its annual user conference, on 10-12 May 2006 at the Crown Promenade Hotel in Melbourne.</p>
<p>The conference will show delegates how to deliver the best IT outcomes for their company and their career, with both executive and technical streams, customer case studies, best practices, tips and techniques, technical updates and partner solutions.</p>
<p>Speakers include Dr Marianne Broadbent from Gartner talking on “Business Outcomes of IT - All Hype and No Juice?” as well as customers from ATO, Coles Myer, NAB, Suncorp, Telstra and Tourism Victoria.</p>
<p>For further information about the conference please call the Secretariat on 07 3254 2838 or email</p>
Mercury Interactive Corporation (OTC: MERQ), the global leader in business technology optimization (BTO) software, is committed to helping customers optimize the business value of information technology. Founded in 1989, Mercury conducts business worldwide and is one of the largest enterprise software companies today. Mercury provides software and services for IT Governance, Application Delivery, and Application Management. Customers worldwide rely on Mercury offerings to govern the priorities, processes and people of IT and test and manage the quality and performance of business-critical applications. Mercury BTO offerings are complemented by technologies and services from global business partners. For more information, please visit</p>
<p>*Business technology optimization (BTO) is a rapidly growing category in the IT industry. Companies use the principles and practices of BTO to automate and optimize IT itself. BTO is about ensuring that every dollar invested in IT, every resource allocated, and every application in development or in production is fully aligned towards meeting the goals of the business. In other words, BTO is about making sure IT is delivering the most value possible to the business.</p>
<p>For further information please contact:
Peter Lilley Mercury 02 8273 1917
Shuna Boyd BoydPR 02 9418 8100</p>

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