2017 PDS Connect Conference Provides Exclusive Access to Area Technology Leaders

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Annual Event to Be Held October 18-19 in Milwaukee, WI.


IT Leaders Getting Connected at PDS CONNECT

PDS has hosted this event for more than 20 years with the goal of giving back to our customers and the IT community in the Midwest.

Connection is critical to IT success, from building efficient networks to driving interaction among teams. To stay ahead of the curve, today’s innovators need access to the latest insights and big ideas. The 2017 PDS CONNECT conference offers powerful content and educational opportunities to leave IT pros enlightened and inspired. The event will be held Oct. 18-19, 2017 at Potawatomi Hotel in Milwaukee, WI.

Paragon Development Systems (PDS), a leading provider of IT consulting, design, services, and implementation, offers this complimentary educational event to qualified registrants across a wide range of industries, including healthcare, education, manufacturing, financial services, and government. This year’s conference theme, “PDS CONNECT,” reflects the event’s ability to bring together a wide range of registrants, from CEOs and CIOs to IT directors and engineers, in the spirit of innovation and networking.

“PDS has hosted this event for more than 20 years with the goal of giving back to our customers and the IT community in the Midwest,” said John Miller, PDS Executive Vice President & General Manager. “We’re overwhelmed this year with the caliber of content that’s being contributed by our partners, customers, and top IT leaders and companies from across the country. We’re thrilled with the opportunity to host again this year, and we think it will be one of our best conferences to date.”

PDS CONNECT will feature nationally renowned author of “Brick by Brick” and MIT professor David Robertson and CBS Sunday Morning, NOVA, and Scientific American personality David Pogue as keynote speakers. The two-day conference will also host strategy sessions and panel discussions featuring technology leaders from organizations like Mayo Clinic, MIT, Marquette University, Sub-Zero, Milwaukee Institute, and The State of Wisconsin. Technology providers HP, HPE Dell/EMC, Aruba, Lenovo, Samsung, Cisco, VMware, MicroFocus, Cannon, Fujitsu, Logitech, Panasonic, Targus, and NetApp will also be on-site to showcase their latest products.

This year’s event also features a few new highlights, including:

  • A Women in IT luncheon featuring area IT leaders from HP, Marquette University, Sub-Zero Group, and PDS
  • A Lego Serious Play workshop that uses hands-on, minds-on learning techniques to drive enhanced business performance
  • The HP Learning Studio (or “Classroom of the Future”), where educators and school leaders can interact with the latest technologies and see their impact in a classroom setting
  • The HP Office of the Future, an exhibit that highlights new trends in workplace connectivity, including virtual reality, virtual assistants, and other cutting-edge systems

To learn more or to inquire about interview opportunities visit PDS CONNECT

About PDS
While providing IT solutions, services and technologies, PDS builds strategic relationships with clients that result in improved performance, which is measured by increased productivity, decreased cost, higher customer and employee satisfaction and greater business compliance. Founded in 1986, PDS partners with medium to large enterprise organizations in healthcare, corporate and government/education industries to provide strategic value and advanced technology solutions. PDS is a privately held company with offices throughout the Midwest. Learn more by visiting http://www.PDSIT.net

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