Miramar, Florida (PressExposure) September 28, 2013 -- Don't miss this interactive lunch panel exclusive for C-level and IT executives in Tampa Bay. This event will be the second of ongoing technology panel series hosted by Florida ProConnect, held on Oct. 8 at the Centre Club in Tampa and hosted by Chetu, Inc.
In this panel, you will learn from top executives on how they are leveraging the hottest trends in technology to maximize success. Learn from some of the most dynamic executives including Alex Patent, Sr. Director, Global Technology Leader at Nielsen Research, Chris Cate, CIO ValPak, Dusty Williams, CIO Planet Hollywood, John Kuemmel, CTO Triad Retail, Stanley Curtis, CTO Pilgrim Software, Andy Swenson and Vice President and CIO of UPC Insurance. The panel will be moderated by Kate Mullin, CISO of HealthPlan Services who is a frequent speaker as well as a CISA, CRISC, and CISM instructor.
Be prepared to share perspectives and approaches with other CEOs and IT executives on the latest technologies that are most important for their industry and their current adoption with them. This seminar will discuss technologies that aim to improve productivity and enhance communication and collaboration among customers, employees, vendors including: Business intelligence, SaaS, Mobile HTML5, Cloud computing, Open source applications (OS).
The event will be hosted by Pat Jimenez, founder of Florida ProConnect , an integrated technology services association where members partner with non-competing companies to cross-pollinate a similar client base that offers educational panels and seminars and client appreciation events. The role of Florida ProConnect members is to assist the CIO in understanding how new technologies expedite innovation, reduce costs and increase productivity and new product development. The previous panel, hosted on June 5, 2013 was extremely successful.
For guest RSVP please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Seats are filling up quickly and limited to 70 attendees, exclusive for C level and IT executives.