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Telenor Shared Services Speaks to Changepoint Role in Advancing its Shared Services Model at UK Gartner PPM and IT Governance Summit

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwired) -- 06/05/14 -- Changepoint, a leading provider of professional services automation (PSA) and project portfolio management (PPM) solutions for the global technology marketplace is pleased to announce its platinum sponsorship of the Gartner PPM and IT Governance Summit, taking place June 9 and 10 in London.

Changepoint is proud to feature a customer case study by Telenor Shared Services, part of Telenor Group, one of the world's major mobile operators during its solution provider session. Mr. Hans Jorgen Krogstie, Service Management Lead for IT Services, Telenor Global Shared Services will deliver a presentation entitled "Innovative Business Development in a Shared Services Model through PPM," outlining his organisation's adoption of Changepoint as a strategic and shared service. Changepoint provides Telenor Shared Services teams worldwide with a world-class PPM solution including robust resource planning and management capabilities. Approximately 3,500 Telenor project managers, resource managers, telecom and system engineers, use Changepoint to plan, execute and manage the delivery of critical business projects, including the roll out of mobile phone spectrum and infrastructure, satellite broadcast services and field erection of relay stations.

In addition to Mr. Krogstie's case study presentation, Changepoint EMEA Regional Director, Jan De Winne will present a vendor theatre session entitled "How to Drive a Successful Services Strategy," providing CIOs with an action plan aimed at delivering return on investment.

Solution Provider Customer Case Study

Title: "Innovative Business Development in a Shared Services Model through PPM"

When: Monday, June 9th 2014 2:45 PM to 3:15 PM

Where: Westbourne 2 Room, Lancaster London Hotel

What: Telenor embarked on a journey to drive quality and efficiency through leveraging scale and volume across Telenor Shared Services Group globally. Unique in perspective, this project is being implemented across global business units to drive consistent benefits, achieve better management insight and a more repeatable approach to project execution.

Speaker: Mr. Hans Jorgen Krogstie, Service Management Lead for IT Services, Telenor Global Shared Services.

Vendor Theatre Session

Title: "How to Drive a Successful Services Strategy"

When: Monday, June 9th 2014 10:35 AM to 10:55 PM

Where: Solution Showcase Theatre, Lancaster London Hotel

What: Faced with the new paradigm of internal customers, CIOs need to build a services strategy for their organisation. Attendees at this session will learn how IT leaders can build a successful services strategy with actionable insights to help maximise return on investment.

Speaker: Mr. Jan De Winne, Regional Director, Changepoint EMEA

About Changepoint

Changepoint manages critical customer business processes allowing technology services and IT teams to deliver more customer value, make smarter business decisions, and achieve new efficiencies, while operating with strong financial acumen. Recognised year over year as a market leader, Changepoint's professional services automation and project portfolio management software is relied upon by leading technology companies, and service focused IT organisations worldwide. Changepoint is headquartered in Toronto, Canada. For more information visit www.changepoint.com.

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