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Cordys Hosts Cordial Event in a Castle on Sept. 14-15
By Erin Monda, TMCnet Contributor
Cordial is an exclusive forum for leading business and IT professionals from around the globe. This year's conference will give attendees unparalleled access to educational opportunities that will show how to reduce IT complexity, and accelerate time to value through next generation Business Process Management (BPM) and cloud computing.
Hopefully! Because the event is not only informative and entertaining -- it is also being held inside an actual castle!
Cordys will be hosting about 400 leading analysts, partners and customers at the Vandenburg Castle in Putten – and the refinements don’t stop there (coffee and refreshments will be provided periodically throughout both days).
Presentations will be delivered from INSEAD, Forrester and multiple industry sources.
And here are a few of the keynote speakers attendees can expect to witness:
Manfred Kets de Vries, clinical professor of leadership development at INSEAD, will present “Leadership and the Dynamics of Organizational Change.”
Jan Baan, chairman of the board and chief innovation officer at Cordys will be delivering “Business Operations Improvement - The New Paradigm in Enterprise IT.”
And Siki Giunta, global vice president of cloud computing and services at CSC will be extolling the benefits of “Business Transformation: The Silver lining in the Cloud.”
Representatives from Eucon, ACSI, NCCW, Siemens Heathcare and Capgemini (News - Alert) will also be in attendance to discuss case studies in which Cordys’ business process management (BPM) software has been of significant value.
One thing is for certain: attendees will learn about the industry areas that interest them – and be treated cordially at the same time.
Erin Monda recently graduated from W.C.S.U. with a degree in professional writing. She primarily writes about network technologies, including cloud computing, virtualization and network optimization, however she also has a focus on E911 technologies and legislation.
Edited by Erin Monda