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Cadence President John Patton Chairs Project Management Research Program Working Session at PMI Latin America Congress.

CANCUN, Mexico -- Cadence president and CEO John Patton chaired a panel of research experts this week at the Project Management Institute's Latin America Congress in Cancun, Mexico. The panel addressed practical solutions to problems initiating project management in small and medium enterprises.

"Small- and medium-sized companies feel pressure to implement enterprise project management solutions to improve processes, but often fail to realize the benefits due to the increased complexity that comes with it," says Patton. "Cadence is proud to join the PMI Research Program and such distinguished panelists in a discussion to help small enterprise embrace change and achieve results with less frustration."

The Cancun panel is the second in a series of four on the subject of project complexity, the remaining sessions to be held at PMI Congresses in Asia and Europe throughout 2008.

Other panel participants included Victor Anyosa, PMP, PMO Officer, Central Hydrolic, Peru; Ion Drumea, MBA, PMP, General Manager, Bell Canada; and Carlos Garcia, Consultant, Universal Knowledge Solutions, Dubai.

About Cadence Management Corporation

For over 25 years, Portland, Oregon-based Cadence Management Corporation has delivered formal project management training, consulting services, and supporting project tools to leading companies and project managers around the world. Today, organizations count on Cadence to provide structure and discipline to projects, to help them deliver more with less. From Locomotives to PCs, financial services to medical equipment, spacecraft to coffee, Cadence is in the products and services that touch the world every day. Cadence Management Corporation: Connecting people worldwide and transforming businesses through project management.
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