The future of Data Analytics at DataAlchemy's Demand Analytics Conference

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Trends for the future at Kenosia Corporation's 2009 conference to be unleashed in New Orleans, Oct 7-8, 2009.

Attendees at Kenosia Corporation's 2009 DataAlchemy Demand Analytics Conference will be privy to a first look at new product developments and a wealth of educational information pertinent to category management, demand data management operations, and data analytics. The conference takes place October 7th and 8th in New Orleans, Louisiana and "Early Bird" registration is extended until September 15th, 2009.

C. Enrique Ortiz, renowned writer, blogger and technologist of About Mobility will be speaking about Understanding the Relationship between the Internet of Things, Real-Time Data and Your Business, educating attendees on the direct connection between Web 2.0, mobile technology, product interaction and business analytics. Businesses in a number of industries can benefit from learning how to encourage and analyze customer interactions with their company, products and each other.

Among the speakers at the Demand Analytics Conference are Ron Bienvenu, the CEO and Chairman of Kenosia ( and successful software company CEO and entrepreneur; Alfred A. Kuehn, Chairman & Founder, Management Science Associates Inc., and Chairman of MSA Information Technology (Shanghai) Limited; and Dennis Thompson, Director of Enterprise Information at Acosta.

Attendees to the conference including category managers, industry professionals, journalists, bloggers and media will get a first look at the improvements and features in the new DataAlchemy product launch from Kenosia's VP of Front End Development, Andy Collins, and VP of Development for Kenosia, Michael Lamont. Attendees will have the ability to address their specific data analytics concerns on site with the software developers and take part in networking events, product demos and presentations.

Conference attendees can register on the Kenosia Web site and receive "Early Bird" specials. Any registrant who completes registration prior to August 31st could win an all-expenses paid extended stay in New Orleans and complimentary tickets to the LSU-Florida football game on October 10th, 2009. Participants can also qualify for group discount rates for registering two or more peers at the same time.

About Kenosia Corporation
Kenosia Corporation provides award-winning enterprise solutions that empower manufacturers, retailers and sales agents to analyze and profit from critical information. The company's flagship product, DataAlchemy is a user-friendly desktop application that automates the data analytics process by providing a single platform for disparate data sources. Its dynamic PowerPoint and Excel charts make it easy to provide actionable and timely insights that are critical to the business decision process. An ROI calculator can be found at the company's Web site to determine labor cost and time spent on creating reports. For marketing or media, please contact Lauren Maschio at or telephone: (203) 730-8800 Fax: (508) 879-0042.

About C. Enrique Ortiz
Enrique is a long-time technologist, blogger and writer. He is currently responsible for a number of mobile network operator products in the areas of mobile broadband, device management and customer care at Motive, which was recently acquired by Alcatel-Lucent. Prior to Alcatel-Lucent, Enrique was CTO at eZee, inc., an innovator of mobile, interactive advertising. Enrique is also owner of Artemis Wireless Werks, a provider of Mobile Strategy and Software Design and Development services that has helped dozens of companies deliver their mobility strategies and products. He has also worked in various engineering and management positions at eZee, inc., IBM, Pervasive Software, AGEA, and Aligo, in areas that include avionics software (Space Shuttle OS), embedded, robotics and image processing, multimedia streaming, large financial systems, and end-to-end mobility systems.

Enrique is the founder of the Austin chapter of MobileMonday and is a founding member of the Austin Wireless Alliance and the Carnival of the Mobilists. He was also the group leader of the Austin Bootstrap Network's Mobile Subgroup. Enrique sits on the advisory board of Austin startup Edioma, the Steering Committee of the Austin Wireless Alliance and the governance board of the Mobile & Embedded Community. In 2009 he was nominated as the JCP Program Participant of the Year. As time permits, he likes to write about technology and volunteer his time as a mentor of Software Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin, helping senior CS students get ready for the "real" world. Enrique holds a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Puerto Rico, currently lives near Austin, Texas with his family and writes the popular mobile technology weblog called About Mobility.


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