CloudTimes is pleased to be supporting the Cloud Analytics Summit which will provide an executive forum for corporate decision-makers to learn about the latest Cloud-based business intelligence (BI) and analytics solutions and strategies that can help them harness their ‘Big Data’ sources and integrate their systems and applications into a more productive enterprise-wide resource to achieve their corporate objectives.
The Cloud Analytics Summit will take place on Wednesday, April 25, at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA, and will be hosted by Jeff Kaplan, the Managing Director of THINKstrategies and founder of the Cloud Computing Showplace.
The following corporate executives are among the first to agree to speak at the Cloud Analytics Summit:
- Jane Griffin, Americas Leader of Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Analytics Practice
- Ju-kay Kwek, Product Manager of Google’s Big Data Initiative
- Ken Rudin, VP Analytics & Platform Technologies, Zynga
- Doug Harr, CIO, Splunk
- David Roth, CEO/Co-Founder, AppFirst
- Lonnie Wills, CEO/Co-Founder, CloudTrigger
- Joseph Szmadzinski, CEO, IT Management Resources
- Chor-Ching Fan, Senior Director of Analytics Product Management, LogiXML
- Russell Hertzberg, VP SaaS and ISV Solutions, SoftServe
- Chuck DeVita, Founder, Growth Process Group
Qualified CIOs and other executive decision-makers from mid-size and large-scale enterprises may take advantage of a limited number of complimentary passes to the Summit. Register now to see if you qualify for this limited offer.
CloudTimes readers save 10% on the current Early Bird registration rates when they register for this event at http://www.amiando.com/cas.html by using special discount code CT12.
The Cloud Analytics Summit is a part of the 2012 Cloud Innovators Summit executive forum series aimed at helping corporate decision-makers better understand how they can leverage the latest Cloud innovations and incorporate SaaS developments to satisfy their business requirements and achieve their business objectives. The other forums include the Cloud Management Summit on June 19 and second annual Cloud Channel Summit on November 5. All of the events will be held at the Computer History Museum.