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4/2/2007
03:52 PM
Brian Gillooly
Brian Gillooly
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CIOs Wanted For Important Software Survey

My good friend M.R. Rangaswami, founder of the Sand Hill Group and head of the upcoming Software 2007 conference, is partnering with McKinsey on an interesting survey on software usage trends and innovation. I encourage you to participate. I've negotiating with M.R. to get members of the "CIO Nation" who link to the survey from here a free copy of the finished report. Also, M.R. has extended complimentary registration to the CIO

My good friend M.R. Rangaswami, founder of the Sand Hill Group and head of the upcoming Software 2007 conference, is partnering with McKinsey on an interesting survey on software usage trends and innovation. I encourage you to participate. I've negotiating with M.R. to get members of the "CIO Nation" who link to the survey from here a free copy of the finished report. Also, M.R. has extended complimentary registration to the CIO Dialogue portion of Software 2007, just click here:

Here's M.R.'s request and the link to the survey:

The software industry is in the midst of a wave of innovation that will create the foundation for customer and vendor value in the next era. McKinsey & Company, in collaboration with the SandHill group and CMP media, are launching a brief survey to understand the software customer's perspectives on current software trends and innovation, and will present the aggregate results describing these conclusions in a series of reports for the Software 2007 conference. We would like to invite you to participate in our brief online survey to provide your perspectives on the Software industry.

Participating is easy, and should take less than five minutes of your time. Just click here to provide your perspectives between now and Friday, April 6th. You will also be given the option at the conclusion of the survey to provide an email address if you would like to be mailed the summarized reports at the conclusion of the research in May. All results will, of course, be kept confidential, and only aggregated responses and data will be part of the report.

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