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RTP Chapter-Partnering: The Fabric Connecting Internet of Things and Analytics of Things
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Across industries and sectors, virtually every company now must partner at a greater scale, and in more complex arrangements, to access innovation, deliver the experience empowered and knowledgeable customers seek - and to accelerate growth. The network of connected machines with data analytics is creating a new frontier of competitiveness for information-centric modern organizations.

6/21/2016
When: Tuesday, June 21, 2016
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Where: Mez Restaurant
5410 Page Rd. #8
Durham, North Carolina  27703
United States
Contact: Nellie Scott


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 Across industries and sectors, virtually every company now must partner at a greater scale, and in more complex arrangements, to access innovation, deliver the experience empowered and knowledgeable customers seek - and to accelerate growth.
 
The network of connected machines with data analytics is creating a new frontier of competitiveness for information-centric modern organizations.

Attendees will learn from and interact with local RTP IoT / AoT experts on how these technologies are driving new partnerships that meet client needs.

Moderator
Ken Pierrrehumbert, CA-AM, Global Alliance Manager, Schneider Electric

Panelists
Karen Mills,  Finance Director, Town of Cary
Jason Mann, Director of Product Management for Industry Solutions and IoT, SAS Institute
Malcolm Postings, Global CTO, Quintiles
Justin Rothwell, CEO and Co-Founder, ProAxion, Inc.
Tim Hahn, Distinguished Engineer, Internet of Things Security, IBM Corp

Agenda

5:30 - 6:00 pm    Registration, networking and refreshments
6:00 - 7:30 pm    Program
7:30 - 8:00 pm    Networking

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