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CIOsynergy Announces OpenText as Official Sponsor for directIT San Francisco 2012(May 22, 2012)
Hoffman Estates, IL (PRWEB) May 22, 2012
CIOsynergy, a provider of thought leading conferences, today announced that OpenText will be a key sponsor of its directIT event on June 7, 2012 at the Ritz Carlton San Francisco, in California.
Open Text is a leader in Enterprise Content Management (ECM) with two decades of experience helping organizations overcome the challenges associated with managing and gaining the true value of their business content. The company develops the richest array of tailored content management applications and solutions in the industry, which enable customers to effectively address business challenges and leverage content to drive growth, mitigate risk, increase brand equity, automate processes, manage compliance, and generate competitive advantage.
We are thrilled to have OpenText as key sponsor of our directIT San Francisco event. As leading provider of ECM solutions, their presence will provide event attendees with an additional layer of industry insights and thought leadership, says Patrick Mason, Director of Communications and Marketing.
directIT San Francisco is an exclusive opportunity for leading local CIO and IT executives to network and brainstorm daily hurdles in an unparalleled learning environment under the umbrella of the co-creator of Twitter, keynote of the event Dom Sagolla. He helped build Macromedia Studio, Odeo Studio, the original Twitter, Adobe Creative Suite, and now produces iPhone apps with his company DollarApp in San Francisco. Attendees will get a lesson in business innovations collated over a career of experience from Dom, a serial innovator that has walked the line from concept to creation several times.
At directIT San Francisco a panel of leading CIOs moderated by Scott Shuster, will share and explore how CIOs can be successful in their role. Mr. Shuster has led virtually every Business Week CEO, CFO, and CIO conference held since the founding of the magazines events group more than 100 of the worlds most prominent gathering of large company leaders and senior executives.
Open to Fortune 500s and mid-market enterprise, CIOsynergys directIT events gathers senior executives from the office of the CIO, including Directors, VPs, Chief Architects, CTOs and CIOs.
For more information about or to participate in directIT San Francisco, visit: http://opentext.ciosynergy.com, or contact Araceli Delgado, Project Coordinator at email@example.com or 1.847.278.2213 ext. 899.
CIOsynergy provides a platform that brings together the thought leaders of IT through events that incorporate face-to-face meeting opportunities, panel discussions, think tanks and keynotes, and C-suite networking programs.
Previous events have attracted C-suite leaders from companies such as Wal-Mart, Salesforce, Home Depot, Bank of America, Forbes Media, Wells Fargo, Shell, Allstate, Farm, Career Education Corp, Pepsi, Sara Lee, Kraft, BP, Loyola University, Kaiser Permanente, Mayo Clinic, and Walgreens.
The company operations nationwide and has previously partnered with sponsors such as IBM, 3com, VMware, Unisys, Hitachi, Oracle, SunGard, Dell, Google, Amazon, and HTC among 100s more.
OpenText®, a global ECM leader, helps organizations manage and gain the true value of their business content. OpenText brings two decades of expertise supporting 100 million users in 114 countries. Working with our customers and partners, we bring together leading Content Experts to help organizations capture and preserve corporate memory, increase brand equity, automate processes, mitigate risk, manage compliance, and improve competitiveness. Organizations can trust the management of their vital business content to OpenText. http://www.opentext.com.
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