Milan, Italy & Barcelona, Spain (PRWEB) May 10, 2013
DConf 2013 is a premiere international event organized by Grafo Ventures. It will involve key experts and opinion leaders in the area of SaaS (Software as a Service) and cloud based business solutions. It will be held in Milan on June 27 & 28 2013 and benefits from the active support of GetApp, the world leading marketplace for cloud business apps.
DConf 2013 will gather European opinion makers from the venture capital and SaaS industries along with international speakers from market leaders including IBM, Alfresco, Docebo or Huddle.
Participants will share their experiences, success stories and business insights on topics such as “The state of the cloud and business apps European market” and will dive into an analysis of e-learning cloud services and Big Data convergence.
Manuel Jaffrin, GetApp co-founder and COO will give a presentation about App Marketplaces and how distribution influences SaaS success.
“Although historically driven by the US market, the European SaaS industry landscape is bubbling with successful providers and is seeing an exponential adoption rate from small and medium sized businesses willing to run their company all-in-cloud,” said Jaffrin. “We are proud to partner with Grafo Ventures in bringing together European SaaS leaders at DConf 2013.”
If you are a cloud-based business service provider or an investor with an interest in European-based SaaS companies, you can register for free here: http://www.d-conf.com/registration/.
GetApp is the largest independent online marketplace that helps small to mid-sized businesses and startups discover, evaluate and manage the perfect cloud business apps for their needs. Its mission is to support millions of users in their "best app" research with comprehensive directories, interactive search tools, side-by-side comparison tables, user reviews and app evaluation resources.
In addition, GetApp serves as a global online marketing channel for thousands of cloud business application developers. GetApp operates primarily in North America and the U.K. It is privately owned and backed by Nauta Capital.