Enterprise Mobility Exchange: Las Vegas

Date
2015-11-16 - 2015-11-18
Organizer
Attendees
100
Event contact title
Mr
Event contact first name
Jamie
Event contact last name
Hill
Email
exchangeinfo@iqpc.com
Event contact telephone number
+44 207 368 9484
Description
It is becoming more and more apparent that enterprise mobility is critical to the success and long term strategy for enterprises across the United States, but the process is complex. Rapid advancements in technology combined with budget and resources demands can leave you wondering: how do you begin to formulate and implement your mobile strategy for maximum impact? Well, you' re not alone and that's why 100 CIOs, VPs, Directors and Heads of Enterprise Mobility, IT, Field Service and Application Development from enterprises across the United States will attend the Enterprise Mobility Exchange in 2015 - widely regarded as the must-attend forum for the enterprise mobility community. 2015 speakers include: • David Krebs, EVP, Enterprise Mobility ad AIDC, VDC Research Group • Buddhi Godawatte, VP, Mobile Delivery, SunTrust Banks • John Jackson, Program Vice President for Mobility Research, IDC Research • George McQuillister III, Principal IT Architect - Mobile Operations Support, Pacific Gas and Electric Company • Sean Kennedy, Senior Director, IT, AMTRAK • Pankaj Parekh, Vice President, Digital, Wells Fargo • Jim Piet, IT Project Manager, Dean Foods • Tyler Shields, Mobile and Application Security Market Analyst, Forrester • Robert Rojas, Support Manager Exchange & Enterprise Mobility Management, UPS Don’t miss your chance to join them! For more information or to register: Tel: +44 207 368 9484 Email: exchangeinfo@iqpc.com Visit: http://bit.ly/1KcMocK
Attendee information
100 CIOs, VPs, Directors and Heads of Enterprise Mobility, IT, Field Service and Application Development from enterprises across the United States.

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