10 Competitive advantage
Business is evolving – how do you keep up? E2 Conference is the largest and most important gathering for people like you — professionals seeking new ways to advance their businesses with the latest in next-gen enterprise applications.
9 Evaluate the best tools in one place
Meet with the hottest vendors in social, mobile, cloud, big data and analytics under one roof — from established leaders to creative startups — to discover the right tools and technologies in the Expo Hall.
E2 Conference provides multiple opportunities for attendees to network and engage with one another in the classroom, over breakfast and lunch, or during an evening reception.
7 Get real-world solutions to your real-world problems
Hear case studies from large companies and learn how forward-thinking users are putting enterprise applications to work to create opportunity and solve business problems.
6 “How To” Workshops
Full and half-day workshops on Monday take a deep dive into the tools, techniques and strategies you need to make new technologies work for you.
5 Unlock innovation
Learning how to take advantage of new enterprise technologies, applications and practices helps to create an innovative, more productive work environment.
4 Save Money
Moving your infrastructure to the cloud, leveraging social tools, and supporting online collaboration add up to huge savings for your organization. Find out how to get started here.
3 Stay ahead of the curve
After spending 3 days at the E2 Conference, you’ll return to the office ready to share how technology trends on the horizon today will impact your business tomorrow.
2 Talk to the experts
Only at the E2 Conference can you learn and network with the industry’s best and brightest in an intimate setting for 3 days.
1 Unbiased, comprehensive content
Spanning three days, the E2 Conference provides you with over forty thought-provoking keynotes, sessions and workshops, covering critical topics including social, mobile, big data, analytics and more.
With a Full Event Pass, you’ll gain access to the entire three-day E2 Conference program including deep-dive workshops, keynotes, conference sessions, sponsored content, the demo pavilion, networking receptions and more. Register with priority code SMBLOG13 and save $400* on the on-site price of Full Event & Conference passes/
*Discount applies to On-site Pricing for Full Event and Conference passes only, and is not combinable with other offers. Prices after discount is applied: Full Event: $1,699. Conference: $1,299. Keynote + Expo: $50.
A post by Paige Pires de Almeida General Manager, E2 Conference
Behind the scenes, we’ve been busy here at E2 Conference, and the time has come to show off what we’ve been up to. Thanks to our talented web and design team, we’re sporting a slick new look and feel for 2013 (check out our new site to see the redesign) and recently announced our initial keynote lineup, new partnership and a new venue. I’m excited to welcome keynoters:
to the Boston event. All of these executives will share their views on enterprise software, and how social business, cloud delivery, mobile platforms, and the power of big data are disrupting the traditional ways we think about the software that runs business and delivers the ultimate customer experience. In many ways the convergence of these forces has given rise to the very notion of ‘customer experience.’ At E2 Conference this year, we’ll take a deep dive into all of these trends, and then some.
Along with our initial keynote lineup, I’m very excited to have my esteemed colleague here at UBM Tech, InformationWeek Editorial Director, Fritz Nelson, join me as conference co-chair. Fritz has been covering emerging tech trends for over 20 years and brings a ton of expertise and (equally importantly) great comedic timing to the event.
E2, the business technology professional’s forum for engaging in discussions about the future of software and discovering strategies for business success, is taking place June 17-19 at a new venue: the Marriott Copley in Boston. To register or for more information, click here.
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The creators and consumers of collaborative & social technologies are at a crossroads. Before them appears a question they need to answer if they want to take this to next level. The question is, “Can we do better?” The right answer to that question is: YES!
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A post by David Carr
Help us develop our list of 10 Top Social Business Leaders.
This is a progress report on our search for the companies and individuals to feature in 10 Top Social Business Leaders, which will be the subject of a BrainYard digital issue we will release in November as the E2 Innovate conference kicks off in Santa Clara, Calif.
I hope to have representatives of the companies we choose join me for a presentation at E2 Innovate, but first we need to figure out who they are.
The listing below is my first cut of the candidates recommended through the call for nominations.
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As organizations work to transition collaboration and social pilots to enterprise-wide initiatives, architectural questions increasingly rise to the fore: