Birst, ServiceSource and Xively Latest Companies to Sponsor and Speak About the Internet of Things at Connected Cloud Summit
Birst, ServiceSource and Xively, a division of LogMeIn, are the latest Internet of Things (IoT) companies to agree to sponsor and speak at the Connected Cloud Summit, hosted by THINKstrategies and Cloud Computing Showplace, Thursday, September 18 in Boston, MA.
The Connected Cloud Summit will examine how the Cloud is enabling enterprises to capitalize on today’s rapidly evolving IoT opportunities across nearly every industry. The Summit will provide an intimate, executive forum that will showcase the latest innovations and industry best practices being generated by the leading Cloud solution providers and enterprises in the vanguard of the IoT revolution.
Birst, ServiceSource and Xively join HP, Aria Systems, Axeda, Cognizant, CorSource Technology Group, Dyn, Flexera Software, Oracle, and SafeNet in sponsoring the Summit. In addition, the latest Summit sponsors will be represented at the event by the following executive speakers,
- Paul Staelin, Chief Customer Officer and Co-Founder, Birst
- Matthew Shanahan, VP Product Strategy, ServiceSource
- Chad Jones, VP Product Strategy, Xively
Click here to see the current list of the executives who have agreed to speak at the Connected Cloud Summit from companies such as GE, Google, Salesforce.com, SmartThings, InfoBright, Prelert, and InfoBionic. Click here if you’d like to submit a speaker proposal for the Summit.
In additoin, a growing number of industry associations, publications and leading consulting firms are also supporting and participating in the Summit, including the leading IoT market research firm Strategy Analytics, Agile Equity, MassChallenge, Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council, SIIA, Chief Digital Officer, East Coast Catalyst, APMdigest, Data & Storage Management Report, Datamation, E-Commerce Times, famaPR, Sandhill.com, Security Ledger, SoftLetter, and VentureBeat.
Register now for the Summit to take advantage of our Early Bird Discounts and save $100 on the standard conference admission fees.