With 2005 marked as the year in which FDs turned to IT to help cope with the continuing regulatory onslaught, the Softworld Accounting and Finance event at Olympia should see huge interest in the latest applications and products.
IFRS, Sarbanes-Oxley, and the Combined Code on Corporate Governance all present their particular IT challenges. The Softworld event will see masterclasses, briefings and panel discussions, and they will all focus on the hottest and toughest topics in financial IT.
Along with the more than 70 vendors on show on 2 and 3 March, this should make the event the most impressive ever.
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