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9/20/2017

Register now for Antura Day 2017

We are proud to announce the Antura Day 2017, on Wednesday November 15. We promise a packed programme full of knowledge, inspiration and entertainment, so register today for one of the Northern European PPM sector’s hottest meeting places!

Antura Day brings together Antura customers and other stakeholders to exchange experiences, pick up inspiration for Antura Projects, along with being able to discuss the latest trends in project and portfolio management. This years' event is taking place on November 15, in Stockholm, Sweden. 

Customer cases, inspiration and top entertainment

On the programme are customer cases from PPM operations in Scandi Standard, Fagerhult, SISAB (a municipal company that owns and manages most of Stockholm's preschools and primary and secondary schools), Svenska kraftnät (the authority responsible for the national grid in Sweden) and Ascom. These cases represent opportunites to gather new knowledge and inspiration from industry colleagues and Antura’s product experts.

We are constantly adding to the program and a full agenda will be published in the next few weeks.

The day will finish off with an evening of top entertainment when Brynolf & Ljung enters the stage. This duo had their international breakthrough on "Britain's Got Talent", where they reached the semi-finals and were dubbed as the best magic act that have ever appeared on the show. They also managed to fool Penn & Teller on ITV:s "Fool Us!" and have performed their show all over the world.

Customer and business partner registration

All Antura customers and business partners are welcome to register here

If you do not yet belong to any of these groups, but would still like to attend, please register your interest by e-mail to anturadagen@antura.se

 

Agenda 10:00-17:15

  • Customer cases: Scandi Standard, Fagerhult, Svenska kraftnät, SISAB, Ascom and others.

  • Product news from Antura Projects and the PPM sector generally.

  • Extensive opportunities to network with industry colleagues and Antura’s product experts.

Location, day and time

Courtyard by Marriott, Stockholm, Sweden
Address: Rålambshovsleden 50
Wednesday November 15, 2017
Registration from 09:30 pm
Program begins 10:00 pm
Talks finish 17:15 am, followed by socializing with buffet, refreshments and evening entertainment.

Fee

SEK 1,900 excl. VAT (190 EUR). The fee includes all talks and evening entertainment, lunch, afternoon snack and dinner. Beverages are included with all meals.

Some of the customer cases at the Antura Day 2017

Please note that we are constantly adding to the programme.

  • Towards Antura Projects as group-wide PPM-tool

    Katrine Reschefski, Group operation management support, Scandi Standard

    The largest producer of chicken-based food products in the Nordic region and Ireland, with well-known brands like Kronfågel and Danpo, has been using Antura Projects for a number of years and the project portfolio is increasing in line with the experience. Join us on a trip into Scandi Standards World, where the broad project operations both simplifies and complicates everyday life. The talk is held in English.

  • Success Factors of global project management - why Fagerhult succeed

    Håkan Elvingson, Project Management Manager, Fagerhult

    When the lighting company Fagerhult creates new environmentally adapted lighting systems, product development takes place across both organizational and national boundaries. This means amazing opportunities, but also a lot of challenges. This case highlights the most critical success factors to succeed in a global project organisation. The talk is held in Swedish.

  • Svenska kraftnät: One year after the award: what has happened since then?

    Camilla Rubinstein, Head of Project Management Office & Annica Oreland Project Developer, Svenska kraftnät

    In 2016, the authority responsible for the national grid in Sweden was one of the winners at Antura Awards, as the implementation of Antura Project was awarded the Best Implementation Award, Public Sector Award. What has happened since then? This case guide the audience through the further development after the introduction and the challenges involved in establishing a new system support. The talk is held in Swedish.