Date
28 October 2010
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iT Governance Launches Autumn Sale To Promote IT Best Practice

Ely, England, 28 October 2010 – IT Governance (ITG), the world’s one-stop shop for IT governance excellence, is today launching the company’s IT Best Practice Autumn Sale.

Running until Christmas, the sale includes discount prices on an extensive range of IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL®) service management titles, PRINCE2® (PRojects IN Controlled Environments) project management books and examination guides.

Alan Calder, Chief Executive of IT Governance, says: ‘Even at the best of times, companies have to compete fiercely to survive and thrive. In the current economic climate, and in the tough times we know will be ahead, this challenge becomes even harder. Businesses become more vulnerable. IT service and project failures can destroy a company’s value fast.

‘Conversely, however, effective technology investment and implementation boosts a company’s chances of sustained success. Deployment of the best practice principles of ITIL and PRINCE2 dramatically increases a company’s resilience.

‘To achieve best practice, though, you need access to top-quality guidance from books that are not always available at budget-friendly prices. That’s why we’re slashing our prices until Christmas. We want to ensure ITIL and PRINCE2 best practice is available to, and affordable for, every organisation. Furthermore, we want to use this sale to showcase ITG’s improved fulfilment service and our reduced UK shipping costs.

‘If companies act now, they can find unbeatable prices en route to service and project management excellence in 2011.’

The complete ITG Autumn Sale range can be found at: http://www.itgovernance.co.uk.

Marc Cornelius

Managing Director & Founder

Marc has over 20 years’ international PR experience gained at leading agencies and in-house. He has specialised in aviation and travel for a decade, devising and overseeing successful international PR programmes and building 80:20 Communications into an acclaimed sector specialist.

Article Author Marc Cornelius