We're excited to once again sponsor the latest CIO Perspectives event, tomorrow, May 21st in San Francisco, CA at Hotel Nikko. Just as we did in Atlanta this past March, we'll be joining CIO Magazine and a large group of Fortune 1000 CIOs and high-powered IT leaders to exchange ideas, learn from experts, and interact through peer workshops and panel discussions!
Attendees at CIO Perspectives San Francisco will gain new insights into how leading organizations are accelerating business via the “SMAC stack” of social, mobile, analytics and cloud technologies, and discuss the latest thinking on digital disruption and its impact across multiple industries.
As usual, we will have a table where you can stop by and learn how our software solutions, such as Progress Corticon BRMS, can help transform your business ideas into reality. We will have plenty of orange goodies to hand out, so make sure you stop by!
What else? This time, we will also be hosting a lunch discussion that you don't want to miss if you're going to be there. Our business rules expert, Mark Allen will lead an interactive discussion on driving profitable decisions with business rules management. If you'd like to join us, look for the Progress table during the lunch hour for a plated lunch and some valuable discussion on how to grow your revenue using business rules software.
"C" you tomorrow, CIOs!
Not attending this event but interested in learning more about how business rules can drive profitable decisions for your business? Check out Progress Corticon here.
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