Sponsors Announced for Global CIO Value Forum 2008

Dublin, OH, August 31, 2008 --(PR.com)-- Glomark-Governan has announced the confirmed sponsors for its upcoming Global CIO Value Forum 2008, an event designed to discuss best practices for measuring IT value and IT portfolio management, at the Columbus Hilton at Easton on October 2nd, 2008 in Columbus, Ohio.

Confirmed sponsors for the event include, CA, Compuware, and Progressive Medical, Inc. “We are excited to have CA, Compuware, and Progressive Medical, Inc. as sponsors for this event,” says Colin Rice, Marketing Manager for Glomark-Governan. “The support we are receiving from these sponsors demonstrates the value this event brings to the IT community in Central Ohio,” says Rice.

The forum, for senior IT executives and CIOs, is designed to discuss best practices for effectively identifying, assessing, and measuring the economic value of technology investments, a crucial element of every company’s IT portfolio management practice.

Glomark-Governan, in collaboration with the confirmed panelists, will discuss experiences and best practices for adopting a standardized technology/project selection and valuation process to consistently and objectively forecast and measure IT value.

The Global CIO Value Forum 2008 –the first of five forums to be conducted in multiple countries – is a “by invitation only” event. If you are a CIO or senior IT manager and would like to attend, please contact Glomark-Governan at ciovalue@governan.com.

For more information about the Global CIO Value Forum 2008, please visit www.glomark-governan.com, or contact the Glomark-Governan headquarters in Dublin, Ohio, USA, at 614-761-2400.

Glomark-Governan helps enterprises around the world by providing them with the methodology, training, consulting, benchmarking research, and software tools necessary to assess, communicate and measure the economic value of investments in technology and services initiatives. Glomark-Governan has enhanced and refined its Economic Value Creation ( EVC™ ) Methodology for more than a decade.

Colin Rice