Building Community – CM First Group Becomes a Member of SHARE

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Joining SHARE Inc. to join the thought leadership discussion

SHARE - an all-volunteer technical community

CM First Group today announced their membership in the industry-leading, volunteer-run SHARE organization. SHARE has been providing expert, user-driven education for five decades; their goal is to help make IBM enterprise computing professionals more successful.

Christoph Heinrich, CEO says, “This was an easy decision. Not only do our employees benefit from the education and networking opportunities with colleagues around the globe, but as a software and services vendor, we have a chance to connect with prospects, current customers and industry leaders.”

SHARE offers all members a chance to have a voice in IBM directions and in thought leadership to the general community. All vendors can benefit from these opportunities. Volunteering in the various arenas is another way of SHARE-ing in the community.

CM First is also a corporate member of COMMON, which is focused on the needs of IBM Power Systems platform professionals. “We’re constantly seeking ways to learn about the needs and wants of the IBM enterprise community and SHARE offers us that opportunity,” says John Rhodes, CTO. “SHARE serves a community of 20,000 people representing over 2,000 of IBM’s enterprise computing customers. These are our customers too.”

CM First Group looks forward to participating in the upcoming SHARE conference in Boston.

About CM First Group

CM First is a global software and services company with focus on application modernization, custom development of enterprise applications that support high-performing, and agile development teams in three key areas: Application Modernization for IBM Environments, Custom Application Development Architected and Agile, Tools and Technology for Future Development.

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