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					Wisconsin IIBA Chapters Host the Largest,
“BADDest” Business Analyst Conference
Worldwide on October 5th
August 31, 2010 07:18 PM Eastern Daylight Time  

MADISON, Wis.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Excitement is building over the 4th annual Wisconsin Business
Analyst Development Day (WI BADD™) with this year’s keynote speakers, David Sheffield and David Levin,
presenting high-impact tools for success in life and in business.

Event: Wisconsin Business Analyst Development Day
Date:     Tuesday, October 5, 2010
Time:     8:30am – 4:30pm Central Standard Time
Location: Alliant Energy Center - Madison, WI

This event is expected to attract over 500 professionals from around the country. Organized by three Wisconsin
chapters of the International Institute for Business Analysis (IIBA®), the conference promises to provide interactive
talks on the latest business analysis (BA) practices, as well as opportunities for engaging professional networking.
Over 30 industry experts will round out this information-packed day by discussing best practices for 1.)
requirements elicitation, 2.) requirements representation, and 3.) business analysis career management. Sponsors of
the WI BADD™ event invite BA professionals of all experience levels to participate and learn about the latest tools 
for assessing business strategies, studying for Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®) accreditation,
project metrics and more. Participants who register by September 7, 2010 will receive a free book by Ingrid Bens,
Facilitation at a Glance, with a customized commemorative WI BADD™ cover. The WI BADD™ event offers 
an inviting opportunity to develop and sharpen BA skills, learn from peers and industry experts, discover emerging
trends, and network with other BA professionals. Register for the WI BADD™ event online at www.wibadd.org.
Contact Roxanne Miller for general questions and interest in sponsoring the event at Roxanne.Miller@wibadd.org or
1-608-850-6377.

Wisconsin Business Analyst Development Day (WI BADD™) is an annual conference whose mission is to
create a forum and environment conducive to enhancing the education and networking opportunities for Business
Analysis professionals.

International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®) is an independent, non-profit professional association
serving the growing field of Business Analysis. For individuals working in a broad range of roles – business analysis,
systems analysis, requirements analysis or management, project management, consulting, process improvement and
more – IIBA® can help you do your job better and enhance your professional life.

Contacts
IIBA® Greater Madison Chapter
Roxanne Miller, 1-608-850-6377
Roxanne.Miller@wibadd.org

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