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Webcast Struggling with system, workflow or general productivity bottlenecks and break points? El Reg may have just the fillip.

We aim to dissect the notion of productivity in this live webcast on November 11 at 11:30am GMT.

We look at some of the specifics that should make all of us, and ideally your organisation as a whole, that little bit more….productive.

Vendors bandy around the term 'productivity' as if its meaning was crystal clear. In this Regcast we will define what productivity really means – and no, it’s not longer hours.

We’ll reference a range of common scenarios, identifying the measures and indicators that matter, and explain how these can be used as a foundation for investment cases. We'll also take a look at some tactics for driving productivity and how technology developments over past few years can help.

We have a knowledgeable and experienced bunch of chaps to take you through this including our buddy Dale Vile from Freeform Dynamics, Peter King, of Microsoft fame, and of course The Register’s ever-present, effervescent Tim Phillips who hosts the proceedings.

This is a live, one hour long interactive webcast. So bring your questions along, and Tim will throw them at the panel. By the end of the webcast, if nothing else, you'll be able to deal with those vendor sales people much more effectively when they spout off on the productivity gains you’re likely to feel from your multi-million pound outlay.

We also hope that you can take away some actionable ideas that will be of genuine benefit to your business. Click right here to register for this webcast. ®

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