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Location: Microsoft Conference Center
Series: (none)
Description: ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED; HOWEVER, YOU CAN REGISTER AT THE DOOR.
Voice of the Customer: Sports Are Big Business - The IT Needs of Major Sports Franchises
Friday, November 5, 8:30 - 10:30 AM
Microsoft Conference Center
201 Jones Road, Sixth Floor, Waltham, MA
For directions, please visit www.microsoft.com

The charge for this program is $40 for Members and $50 for Non-Members who pre-register; $50 for Members and $60 for Non-Members who register at-the-door.

Sports franchises are big business - and they depend on technology to help them create and support a public persona that is exciting, while still functioning as a transactional business. They each use the web to build a year-round community, to build loyalty and to increase revenue, and must employ the latest technology to constantly feel new and innovative.

Join us for the next Voice of the Customer program as we hear from the C-level IT executives from several of Boston's major sports franchises on the issues that they face that span all software platforms:

  • scalability
  • security
  • the user experience

Moderated by Judith Hurwitz, President, Hurwitz & Associates, panelists will include:

  • Pat Curley, Vice President, IT, The Kraft Group
  • Daryl Morey, Senior Vice President, Operations and Information, The Boston Celtics
  • Steve Conley, Director, Information Technology and Telecommunications, The Boston Red Sox
Each panelist will also speak about the types of software and technology products that will be imperative to their operations in the future.

The Voice of the Customer series is intended to help software executives better understand customer requirements. These sessions are designed to be an interactive forum between software providers and customers.

Cost: Members
$40.00
Non-members
$50.00
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