CIO Toronto Think Tank by IBM | Sep 12, 2019 | Toronto, ON, Canada

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Here's what our past attendees had to say:

Overall I thought timeframes were great, content was great and the attendees were first rate! I loved meeting new companies and promoting our company at the summit.

AVP, Zensar Technologies

Great event! I found value in the content and all of the speakers' presentations. The time in-between sessions was valuable networking time, also.

VP Technology - CISM, Loop Capital

It was a good summit! The vendor exchanges were great. I strengthened relationships and renewed a few with EMC, HP, Red Hat and Rimini Street.

Executive Director - CTO Architecture and Engineering, CITI

I checked with the executives that I met at the event and asked them how they chose this event versus the many other options they have and the answers were: 1) good experience with this forum in the past 2) timing of the event 3) reasonable investment of time 4) topics. The summit was much better for me than the typical trade show format.

Global VP, Sales

I felt like I just cut about a month out of my sales cycle, at least. This was the first event of this type that I have attended and I felt it was very direct and on target. The sessions were perfect in the time needed.

Major Account Representative

 

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