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AN INTIMATE OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN ABOUT TRANSFORMING BIG DATA INTO BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE THROUGH DATA INTEGRATION IN THE CLOUD
March 05, 2013

Event: Cloud Analytics Summit

Date: May 2, 2013

Location: New York, NY - Apella Conference Center

APMdigest Discount Code: APM13

The Cloud Analytics Summit will provide a unique meeting place for corporate decision-makers to learn about the latest Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) solutions aimed at addressing their BI needs, so they can harness their Big Data sources, and integrate their systems and applications into a more productive enterprise-wide resource to satisfy their corporate requirements.

The following experts will speak at the second annual Cloud Analytics Summit:

- Jeanette Horan, VP and CIO, IBM

- Bill Krivoshik, SVP and CIO, Time Warner

- Charles Enslin, Director of Technology Solutions, Thomson Reuters

- Stephen Spears, SVP, Application, ADI & IT Management, SAP AG

- Dr. Irving Wladawsky-Berger, 37-year veteran at IBM

- Chris Harrington, President, DOMO

- Richard Dale, Managing Director, Big Data Boston Ventures

APMdigest readers can save 10% on registration rates when they register at www.amiando.com/CAS2013.html by using special discount code APM13.

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