Plantation, FL, February 24, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Leading ITSM software development firm Chetu Inc., announces its upcoming exhibition at Pink Elephant's 21st Annual IT Service Management Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. Commonly referred to as Pink17, the conference will be February 19-22, 2017 at the Bellagio Las Vegas.
"When it comes to IT Service Management, there's a huge demand for software custom tailored to the needs of individual clients," said Richard LeSchander, National Account Manager for IT Service Management, Embedded Software, and Home Automation at Chetu, "Each company has a unique infrastructure, unique business processes, and unique business needs. The idea that 'any old software package will do' simply doesn't cut it if a business truly wants an efficient service management platform."
Hosted by global training, consulting, and conference service provider Pink Elephant, Pink17 will be the 21st year of the conference. This year's theme, "Communicate. Connect. Change." will be addressed through 140 sessions covering leadership and management, processes, and the latest tools in the industry.
About Chetu, Inc.:
Chetu provides custom software development for the ITSM industry, with developers experienced in mobile development, cloud/infrastructure services, social and collaborative service access portals, messaging & collaboration technologies, web-based platforms, and enterprise IT lifecycle services with AMS solutions, plus workflow & asset management systems. Chetu's experts serve the IT services industry end-to-end with solutions in maintenance applications & CMMS to automate tasks and workflows, ticketing and task management, plus BYOD infrastructure solutions. For more information, visit: http://www.chetu.com/solutions/itsm
About Pink Elephant:
A premier global training, consulting and conference service provider, Pink Elephant has an undisputed reputation for leading the way. Known for their pioneering and innovative spirit, Pink Elephant introduced and spearheaded many revolutionary concepts and programs since their inception 40 years ago.
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