First Canadian Drupal Business Summit Brings Together Open Source Leaders

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As open-source software platforms revolutionize how businesses, government agencies and not for profits build their web platforms, the first Toronto Drupal Business Summit will bring together industry leaders to exchange best practices and share success stories related to the Drupal content management system.

It will bring together Sr. IT, Marketing and Content Strategy professionals to exchange best practices and hear from industry leaders about how the adoption of an open-source content management strategy has revolutionized their web strategy.

Drupal, a free and open-source web content management system is dramatically changing how businesses, non-profits, governments and the education sector operate online.

Following on the success of similar Business Summits held in NY, Chicago, San Francisco, Atlanta and Washington D.C., the Toronto Drupal Business Summit will bring together Sr. IT, Marketing and Content Strategy professionals to exchange best practices and hear from industry leaders about how the adoption of an open-source content management strategy has revolutionized their web strategy.

The free event is being held at the Spoke Club in downtown Toronto with the support of several sponsors specializing in open-source web and mobile development.

The Toronto Drupal Business Summit will bring together real-world professionals to learn about Drupal and open source software. Speakers will share insights from Canadian Drupal implementations, lessons learned, and share insight into best practices.

Guest speakers include Gerry Dimnik, CIO of the Royal Conservatory of Music, Pritesh Gandhi, Sr. Manager of Digital Strategy and BMO Group, James Walker, co-author of Using Drupal, and Benoit Marchand, Manager of the PHP/Drupal Practice Team at CGI Interactive.
With a variety of formats, including keynote presentations, case studies, and breakout groups, attendees will hear from leaders who have adopted open-source solutions to enable their web and mobile strategy.

“We hope to make this the first of a series of Business Summits exploring the power of open-source software platforms,” said Dustin Walper, co-founder of Myplanet, a web and mobile user experience firm and the event’s Title Sponsor. “The potential of these open-source platforms is almost limitless. As more enterprises, organizations and agencies adopt open source, it will be essential to bring leaders together to exchange best practices and expand their networks,” Walper continued.

Further details about the Toronto Drupal Business Summit can be found online at: http://drupalsummittoronto.drupalgardens.com

About Drupal

Drupal is an open source web content management platform maintained and developed by a community of 630,000+ users and developers. It's distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License (or "GPL"), which means anyone is free to download it and share it with others. This open development model means that people are constantly working to make sure Drupal is a cutting-edge platform that supports the latest technologies that the Web has to offer.

About Myplanet

Myplanet specializes in the use of open platforms to create meaningful user experiences on an enterprise scale. Founded in 2009, Myplanet is the largest independent provider of Drupal services in Canada. Other key specialties include user experience design, open source web commerce, mobile development, and systems integration. For more information, visit http://www.myplanetdigital.com.

For press inquiries, please contact:
Jenna Kellner
1-866-232-7456 | jenna(at)myplanetdigital(dot)com

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