Enterprise Mobility Exchange, Las Vegas

November 16 - 18, 2015

Las Vegas, NV

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Do More with Mobile: Managing Mobility in the Wider Enterprise

It is becoming more and more apparent that enterprise mobility is critical to the success and long term strategy for enterprises across the United States, but the process is complex.

Rapid advancements in technology combined with budget and resources demands can leave you wondering: how do you begin to formulate and implement your mobile strategy for maximum impact?

Well, you' re not alone and that's why 100 CIOs, VPs, Directors and Heads of Enterprise Mobility, IT, Field Service and Application Development from enterprises across the United States will attend the Enterprise Mobility Exchange in 2015 - widely regarded as the must-attend forum for the enterprise mobility community.

Here are 4 reasons you can’t afford to miss the Enterprise Mobility Exchange: 

1. Exclusive networking

The Enterprise Mobility Exchange is an invitation-only meeting bringing together the most senior IT decision-makers from some of the most respected global brands. Confirmed attendees you could be learning from and networking with already include:

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2. No death by PowerPoint!

We know that the great speakers aren’t enough, which is why when you attend the Exchange you’ll be taking in part in a variety of roundtable discussions, interactive panels, interviews, workshops and more. An Exchange is structured to keep interest and energy levels sky-high throughout, so come prepared to get involved!

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3. It’s all about you: Mutual one-to-one business meetings

At the Exchange you won’t get bombarded by suppliers you aren’t interested in because we only invite a handful to join us, and of those who attend, you only meet with suppliers who are relevant to your current business needs. So there are no vendor gauntlets, just great conversations with innovative suppliers who can help you overcome your biggest headaches.

4. A tailored itinerary that works for you

Every attendee has different reasons for attending, so we make sure you each have a personal itinerary that suits your needs. So whether you’re interested in hearing from renowned speakers, engaging in topical discussions or receiving guidance on your toughest challenges from the industry’s leading analysts and suppliers, the Exchange will cater for your needs.
Are you eager to find out more? Do you think you should be meeting and networking with the elite group of IT leaders attending? Then click here to request your invitation to join us in November.

2015 Speaker Highlights

 David Krebs
David Krebs
EVP, Enterprise Mobility ad AIDC
VDC Research Group
 Buddhi Godawatte
Buddhi Godawatte
VP, Mobile Delivery
SunTrust Banks
 John Jackson
John Jackson
Program Vice President for Mobility Research
IDC Research
 George McQuillister III
George McQuillister III
Principal IT Architect - Mobile Operations Support
Pacific Gas and Electric Company
 Aashir Shroff
Aashir Shroff
VP, Mobile and App Strategy
Wells Fargo
 Sean Hagarty
Sean Hagarty
VP – Information Technology/ CIO
 Toby Eduardo Redshaw
Toby Eduardo Redshaw
Kevington Advisors
Gilead Shai
Mobile Tech Lead
Mobile Farmers Insurance
 Olivier Colinet
Olivier Colinet
Technical Director
Google for Work
 Jeff Wallace
Jeff Wallace
Founder / President
Global Kinetics
 William Chumley
William Chumley
Chief Customer Officer / Strategic Engagement IT Executive
Governor's Office of Information Technology, State of Colorado
 Irina Ginesin
Irina Ginesin
Quality Engineering Services Sr Manager Information Technology
 Linley Ali
Linley Ali
Enterprise Architect
Florida Blue
 Mo Siddiqui
Mo Siddiqui
Director, Systems Integration Consumer IT
Rogers Communications

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