Hoffman Estates, IL (PRWEB) September 10, 2012
CIOsynergy, a provider of thought leading conferences, today announced that Terry Jones, founder of Travelocity.com will be the keynote speaker at directIT event in New York, at the Park Central hotel on Thursday September 27, 2012.
As founder of Travelocity.com, chairman of Kayak.com, and Chief Information Officer at American Airlines/Sabre, Terry Jones will speak from a vast, and performance driven track record of leading companies.
In the 70’s, Terry Jones helped create one the of the fastest growing business travel companies ever formed. For over 20 years, Terry led product development, programming and operations at American Airlines SABRE, the computer system that became a Harvard case study on automating your customers.
In 1996, he founded Travelocity.com which became a multi-billion dollar public company. As the chairman of Kayak.com, he has helped transform the travel site to the size of Priceline.
Open to Fortune 500’s and mid-market enterprise, CIOsynergy New York gathers senior executives from the office of the CIO, including Directors, VPs, Chief Architects, CTOs and CIOs. There is no registration fee to attend but seats are limited.
For more information about or to participate in CIOsynergy New York please visit: http://www.cioNewYork.com, or contact Araceli Delgado at email@example.com or 847.278.2213 ext. 899.
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