Monday, February 4, 2013

Speed Sessions as Inforum 2013's pulse

Think tanks will flock to Florida for the yearly Inforum, the official meeting of minds for Infor and its partners. But the event’s heart is The Hub, a series of learning stations, clustered by industry, pulsing social enterprise solutions that will not lay four days a waste.

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Coming in “quick, interactive bursts of knowledge,” Speed Sessions comprise the novel offering of this year’s event. Organizers would have engineered only a design that emphasizes speed, of course, because it’s been heard the world over how Charles Phillips, Infor CEO, takes that vision seriously.

Spanning brief 20 minutes, this educational streaming through a certain product, module, or industry comes in hundreds, matching the 700 plus of 2012’s. The audience: thousands of executives, employees, and collaborators. This bold architectural approach is the crisscrossing of information in its subatomic variations, propelling participants to get more in-depth, open, and strategic in their hunting and gathering. Innovative facts bound to come more specialized in the forum with the Infor senior management team, face times with industry and product experts, and hands-on activities with partners.

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If interested parties visit now the session catalog, they can access the session scheduler to customize their conference agenda. Perusing through the programme also helps narrow down the choices. The merging of agenda points to suit one’s need is the rationale for speed after all. The 87% that both attended and recommended Inforum 2012 to colleagues are the first to know that. The city of Orlando will be abuzz—for the right technological reasons—in April.

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Log on to the Inforum 2013 site to register.

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