RCL to present at IMS Global Congress in November...Operators go Free!

• The real state of the IMS industry in 2009
• Does the business case really matter?
• How is Web 2.0 perceived?
• What is its influence?

The must-have report will be available in October with an early-bird discount. Attendees of the conference will also be entitled to a special discount! Watch out for details next month, but if you can't wait, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. of Moriana.

But that's not all. IIR is offering 100 free delegate passes to operator attendees. With 20 of the 100 free operator delegate passes already allocated, this year's IMS Global Congress is set to become the networking event for IMS professionals. If you don't want to miss out, secure your place today.

Operators - apply on-line at www.ims-congress.com for your free place

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