Pulse 2010: Writing a winning proposal for the ‘Service Management for your Industry’ track
In a recent conversation, Craig Jett, Manager of Tivoli Industry Marketing, described the kinds of proposals he hopes to see submitted for the Pulse 2010 track: Service Management for your Industry.
What are some hot topics that you would like to see addressed in the ‘Service Management for your Industry’ track at Pulse 2010?
What kinds of presentations are you looking for?
We’re looking for proposals that present real solutions from our clients’ point of view. We want to hear detailed descriptions of how customers have leveraged Service Management to address their industry specific challenges- especially for manufacturing, financial services, communications, retail, government, healthcare, energy & utilities, travel & transportation, and chemicals & petroleum.
We’re looking for success stories—how clients have realized improved ROI or how they are managing assets and risks more effectively in order to deliver smarter products and services. Presentations that focus on how specific business problems were addressed are ideal.
Anybody who wants to tell their story in the marketplace and who has some level of responsibility for service management and solving specific industry problems would make excellent candidates for this track.
What are the benefits of speaking at Pulse?
In addition to receiving a full conference pass, I think one of the most important benefits of speaking at Pulse 2010 is the opportunity to connect with like-minded industry professionals. While generic product sessions can be very beneficial, the chance to have deeper conversations with people from the same industry that share and understand your unique challenges is invaluable.
How can I learn more?
Visit the Pulse 2010 Call for Papers page to learn more about proposal requirements and how to submit your proposal.