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Your invite: Rhipe Cloud event in Auckland 20th April

07 Apr 2016

Disruption is the new normal: will you be the disrupted or the disruptor in the Cloud economy?

Join IDC industry analysts and technology experts from leading software vendors to learn about industry trends and their strategies for 2016 and beyond.

rhipe’s teams of Cloud licensing and technology experts will demonstrate how to leverage these opportunities to add revenue to your business by creating unique Cloud solutions that will increase your customers’ value.

The rhipe Cloud Summit 2016 will be coming to the Rydges hotel in Wellington on the 20th of April.

Why attend?

  • Hear from senior cloud industry analysts and strategists
  • Learn where the software vendors will be focusing their strategies for 2016 and beyond
  • Get direct access to technology experts from global software vendors
  • Learn from real-life use of Cloud technologies to build unique Cloud services
  • Participate in workshops and keynote sessions
  • Network, network, network

Who should attend?

  • Business decision makers
  • Cloud Service Providers
  • CIOs, CTOs and IT Managers

Click here to find out more.

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