"We’re very excited about our second annual Kintone Connect conference," said CEO Dave Landa, "We’ve developed some solid content with speakers from diverse business backgrounds to help our customers, partners and prospects make an impact."
SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) October 29, 2018
Kintone, provider of a no-code application development platform and toolkit to quickly connect, organize, and visualize workflows, today announced that speakers from global brands Amazon (AWS), Microsoft and Ricoh will speak at the Kintone Connect conference on November 2. Flemming Kongsberg, Head of Global Alliances, AWS; Merwan Hade, Senior Program Manager for Microsoft Flow; and Atsushi Watanabe, Senior Vice President, Solution Development Center Americas for Ricoh USA, Inc., will speak on how no-code platforms are empowering individuals to make a big impact on their organizations by enabling better teamwork and data sharing through an integrated partner ecosystem.
Kintone CEO Dave Landa will kick-off the one-day conference, being held at the San Francisco Airport Marriott Waterfront, with the keynote, “Moving from Disruptive Digital Transformation to Productive Digital Execution the No-Code Way.” He’ll be joined on stage by Kongsberg, Hade, and Watanabe to discuss:
- Kintone's future roadmap with AWS as a key partner in their ecosystem
- Citizen integration with Microsoft Flow for more easily connecting Kintone to third-party services
- How Ricoh is helping to bring customers from paper-based systems to digitally empowered operations using Kintone’s no-code platform.
Kintone Connect will also feature presentations from executives from variety of organizations, including:
● John Rymer, Principal Analyst, Forrester
● Calabash Co-founders Matt Hubbard and John Bratincevic
● Jerod Johnson, Technology Evangelist, CData
● Chris Fowler, CEO and Chief Strategist, Ascendware.net
● Heather Johnson, Compliance Officer, Conrad Industries, Inc.
● Claire Siemer, Office and Data Manager, LiveWell Colorado
“We’re very excited about our second annual Kintone Connect conference,” said Landa. “We’ve developed some solid content with speakers from diverse business backgrounds to help our customers, partners and prospects make an impact. In addition to the leading analyst for no-code and low-code platforms in John Rymer of Forrester, we’re thrilled that speakers from Microsoft, AWS and Ricoh will join us to discuss how the no-code solutions ecosystem is transforming business from the ground up for better teamwork and digital execution.”
A highlight of the day will be the Kintone Hive session, which is a customer use case competition, wherein attendees will vote for the best use case. The client that receives the most votes will win a trip to Kintone’s parent company headquarters in Tokyo.
Kintone Connect will feature 15+ sessions, training and talks to provide attendees with actionable ideas that will help them initiate and power productivity across their teams and organizations. In addition to learning no-code best practices, attendees will have the opportunity to network with peers, partners and speakers to discuss how they might apply what they’ve learned at Kintone Connect, leaving with information that will support digital execution initiatives in their own organizations.
Teams, CEOs, lines of business leaders, and managers are invited to join Kintone for this one-day conference that will include workshops, networking, and an evening reception. Students, non-profit organizations, and military and government agencies are eligible for discounts of 25 percent or more. To register for Kintone Connect, and for more information, please go to: http://www.kintoneconnect.com
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About Kintone Corporation
San Francisco-based Kintone is making teamwork better with its no-code application platform that provides organizations with a customizable workspace that integrates multiple data sources for deeper insight into business processes. Kintone eliminates the cost and maintenance requirements of traditional off-the-shelf applications while dramatically increasing team and workflow efficiency. More than 10,000 companies have built, deployed and use over 600,000 applications on Kintone. Kintone is provided by Cybozu Inc, a Tokyo-based public company founded in 1997. Both Kintone and Cybozu are designated as great workplaces by Great Place to Work, a global authority on high performing workplace cultures. For more information, please visit https://www.kintone.com/