Enterprise 2.0 Conference takes a strategic perspective, emphasizing the bigger picture implications of the technology and the exploration of what is at stake for organizations trying to change not only tools, but also culture and process.
Beyond discussion of the "why", there will also be in-depth opportunities for learning the "how" that will help you bring Enterprise 2.0 to your business.
The Enterprise 2.0 Conference Advisory Board is comprised of leading experts in the fields of technology for business, collaboration, culture change and collective intelligence
The Enterprise 2.0 Conference is the gathering place for the growing community of business and IT people bringing enterprise-class productivity tools into their organizations. From early adopters leading the effort to those just dipping a toe in the water, this is the place to explore the latest options for exploring the latest trends in enterprise applications. As the leading Conference exploring the impact of technology in business, Enterprise 2.0 focuses on driving business performance through technology adoption.
With the influx of Web 2.0 applications and collaboration options targeted at enterprises, many companies are struggling to rise above the noise and gain market share. Enterprise 2.0 Conference has been the industry’s gathering place for the last six years, providing a unique opportunity to get your product or brand in front of technology buyers challenging the status quo and leading the charge to enable more efficient, agile and productive workforces in their companies.
Enterprise 2.0 brings together an unduplicated audience of qualified business and IT professionals interested in setting their strategy and purchasing collaboration technologies and applications. This is the only place for them to explore, learn and see demos from leading vendors while preparing themselves and their company for survival in an ever changing business world. According to the Enterprise 2.0 Boston 2010 survey:
The Enterprise 2.0 community of active buyers has immediate purchasing needs which require a comprehensive, integrated view of technologies, tools and services to make smart purchasing decisions and ease deployment.
Analytics and Metrics
Consumerization of IT
Human Capital Management
Organization & Operational Readiness
Sales and Marketing
Social Apps and Platforms
Video and Unified Communications