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Catch The New Wave In Business Transaction Monitoring

Date: September 30, 2003

Time: 12:00 pm US Eastern

All dates and times are NY local time, please consult your favorite world clock to determine when this webinar takes place in your time zone.

Featured Speakers:

David Ching, Chief Technical Officer, MQSoftware (bio)
Beth Gold-Bernstein, Independent consultant (bio)


Beth Gold-Bernstein

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Beth Gold-Bernstein gets the lowdown on business transaction monitoring by interviewing MQ Software’s Chief Technology Officer, Dr. David Ching. He will share insights on how business transaction monitoring helps organizations get a handle on their end-to-end transaction flow. Gold-Bernstein will also de-mystify the current perceptions of BAM (Business Activity Monitoring), and explain how business transaction monitoring is a new strategic tool to help companies stay on top of their critical business transaction lifeline.

Why You Should Attend:

  • Understand the critical issues and challenges in monitoring end-to-end transactions
  • Learn the business benefits of real-time Business Transaction Monitoring
  • Learn what role Business Transaction Monitoring should play in your BAM strategy

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Featured Speaker Bios:

David Ching has been the Company's Chief Technical Officer since July 1997 and a Director since January 2001, is directly responsible for all technical product planning and development for a number of products associated with messaging middleware technology. Dr. Ching is the key product architect for MQSoftware's new Q Nami! Business Transaction Monitoring Product Line as well as the developer of Q Pasa!, the company's flagship middleware management offering. From 1985 to 1997, he held the position of Chief Executive Officer of Facility Management Technology, Inc., the assets of which were acquired by MQSoftware, Inc. in July 1997. Facility Management Technology developed integrated products for the utility and manufacturing industries. Dr. Ching was a Senior Consultant at Control Data Corporation from 1976 to 1985 and was involved in project management, product development and market research and development. Prior to joining Control Data, Dr. Ching was employed as a consulting engineer. Dr. Ching holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, an MCE in Civil Engineering and a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering with minors in Computer Science from the University of Minnesota. He is a registered Professional Engineer. Dr. Ching served as an Adjunct Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Minnesota and has authored or co-authored over 30 technical papers on various topics.

Beth Gold-Bernstein is an author and independent consultant specializing in SOA solutions. www.gold-bernstein.com.

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