Enterprise Mobility Exchange, US

July 07 - 09, 2015

Loews Atlanta Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia

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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 Europe, 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 80 CIOs, VPs and Heads of Mobile Workforce, Field Service, IT, Fleet Management and Operations from enterprises across Europe 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!

Download the agenda here
                            

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.

Click here to see which sponsors are already onboard
                  

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 July.

Speaker Highlights

 Andy Purdy
Andy Purdy
Chief Security Officer
Huawei Technologies USA
 Giovanni Piazza
Giovanni Piazza
Global Head - Information and Knowledge Management
Johnson&Johnson - Discovery Sciences
 Mark Crandall
Mark Crandall
Chief Information Officer
Consulate Healthcare
 Igor Volovich
Igor Volovich
Vice President, Global Information Security & Cyber Risk Management
Schneider Electric
 Michael Park
Michael Park
Director of Mobile Operations
National Football League
 Eileen Bridges
Eileen Bridges
Director, Mobile Security Advisor
Aetna
 Paige Francis
Paige Francis
Chief Information Officer
Fairfield University
 Nitin Bindal
Nitin Bindal
Director of Technology
Dr Pepper Snapple Group
 Brian Katz
Brian Katz
Director, Head of End User Experience and Innovation
Sanofi
 Quinn Banks
Quinn Banks
Sr. Product Marketing Manager | Mobile
Farmers Insurance
 Marty Resnick
Marty Resnick
Head of Mobility Strategy
Koch Industries Inc.
 Shawn Kennedy
Shawn Kennedy
Head of Mobile Architecture
Georgia Pacific
 John Leabeater
John Leabeater
Senior Mobile Architect
Coca Cola North America Group
 Jerome Johnson
Jerome Johnson
Head of Enterprise Architecture
McLane Company
 Gary Strumolo
Gary Strumolo
Manager of Vehicle Design & Technologies, Global Manager for Driver Experience, Wearables and Health Innovations
Ford Research and Innovation Lab
 John Jackson
John Jackson
Program Vice President for Mobility Research
IDC
 Pankaj Parekh
Pankaj Parekh
Vice President, Digital
Wells Fargo
 Jim Hilton
Jim Hilton
WW Principle for Manufacturing, Transportation, & Logistics
Zebra Technologies, Inc.

Sponsors & Exhibitors
Gold Sponsor
MOBI
Silver Plus Sponsors
Telerik
Zebra Technologies
Silver Sponsors
Workspot
Mobile Labs
Apperian
ServiceMax
Getac
Bronze Sponsor
Genymobile
nuVizz
Exhibitor Plus Sponsors
Velocitor Solutions
Targus
Jumio
Exhibition Sponsor
KORE
CODi
TeleMessage
Build Your Own App Sponsor
SkyGiraffe
Dinner Sponsor
WillowTree
Media Partners
2014 Media Partners Included:
VDC Research
Yankee Group
Field Technologies Online

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