"The successful CIO is one that empowers themselves with the lessons, knowledge, and experience of a community”, said Nepal Patel, Principal of CIOsynergy.
Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) November 30, 2011
On Thursday December 01, at the Nikko Hotel CIOsynergy San Francisco Event, Terry Jones will address an audience of 150 IT leaders who includes San Francisco enterprises CIOs, CISOs, CTOs, VPS and Directors of Information Technology. Here they will convene for an unparalleled networking opportunity in an ultimate learning environment with the master of innovation. Terry Jones’s credentials have breadth and depth. In the 70’s Terry helped create one of the fastest growing business travel companies ever formed. In the 80s and 90s Terry led product development, programming and operations at American Airlines SABRE, the computer system that became a Harvard case study, on automating your customers. Terry will not only challenge attendees to think outside the box, they will also walk away with inspired ideas and concrete action items to implement in their companies.
This event, which is sponsored by Microsoft, Avasant, Persistent, Ping Identity, Globant, and Mphasis among others, will incorporate face to face meeting opportunities through a series of open mic panel discussions and think-tanks coupled with inspiring business relevant keynotes, and C-suite networking programs.
Attendees have included the Chief Information Officers and IT leaders from Wal-Mart, Salesforce.com, Home Depot, Bank of America, Forbes Media, Wells Fargo, Shell, Allstate, State Farm, Career Education Corp, Pepsi, Sara Lee, Kraft, BP, Loyola University, Kaiser Permanente, Mayo Clinic, & Walgreens among 1000’s more.
For more information about or to participate in CIOsynergy San Francisco visit http://sf.ciosynergy.com or contact Carlos Mendez, Event Director, at carlosm(at)ciosynergy(dot)com or 1.877.532.3480 ext. 411.
CIOsynergy was founded to provide a unique platform to bring together the true visionaries of enterprise IT leadership. These are the “thought leaders” that instigate both change and stability within the organizations they serve.
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