Comdex Fall 2001 Occurred on November 12-15, 2001
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is made of four programs, with an average of eight sessions in each program. This non-technical Conference is for enterprise mangers involved in the business of technology. This Fall's focus is on the critical new technologies and e-commerce decisions required to increase productivity, bring you closer to your customers and respond to new market opportunities. Join fellow business people to explore:
Programs within this Conference
Internet Integration: Making It Happen
Today, more than at any other time in history, we need to figure out how to effectively integrate technology into our business models. In the recent budget-constrained environment, companies need specific answers on how to efficiently deploy, manage, and integrate technology into their business functions. There are no easy answers, but learning from experienced practitioners will help. Hear our experts from executive management and marketing, sales customer service discuss how they have succeeded in today's environment and the mistakes they made along the way. Walk away with a clear view of what it takes to successfully integrate the Internet into your business and get answers to your specific questions.
We are nearing the end of the industrial age and transitioning to the Internet age. Corporations need to use technology as a catalyst to change their relationships with their customers, partners and employees to reflect the new ways we can conduct business. Are you and your company ready to embrace the necessary changes? How should your organization evolve to align the vision, goals, values, structure, process, leadership and people? What tools can help enhance the value systems of your workforce, partners and customers? What is the future of (e-)business in the next two, five and ten years? Come hear our experts lay the foundation for business transformation. You will take away new ideas and strategies for transforming your business and learn from real-life case studies.
Knowledge Management Essentials
The Knowledge Management Essentials program is devoted to business professionals responsible for implementing technology projects. The program will focus less on "bits and bytes" and more on the "why and how to." It will provide everything you need to know before launching a knowledge management (KM) initiative. If business or project managers attend every session in this program, they'll have all the basic information necessary to launch and manage a knowledge management initiative. Alternatively, you can pick and choose sessions to fill any gaps in your knowledge.
Customer Relationship Management Strategies
Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is too essential to your business to go it alone! This program will provide IT and business management prescriptions from the leading IT industry analyst firm, META Group. Their key CRM analysts will provide the "big picture" industry scenario to outline the key technology trends and leading/upcoming CRM vendors. Attendees will also learn about organizational and ROI strategies designed to keep CRM initiatives vital and upbeat during the current slow economy.
Who Should Attend:
All attendees who register for comdex.biz will receive a copy of the book E-Volve-or-Die.com. Read more about the book at http://e-volve-or-die.com.
About Your comdex.biz Business Transformation and Internet Integration Conference Chair:
Mitchell Levy, is President and CEO of ECnow.com, a training business service provider helping companies transition its employees, partners and customers to the Internet age through off-the-shelf and customized on-line and on-ground training. He is the author of E-Volve-or-Die.com, Executive Producer of ECMgt.com, an on-line E-Commerce Management (ECM) e-zine, Chair of comdex.biz at Comdex Fall and Chicago, the Founder and Program Consultant of the premier San Jose State E-Commerce Management Certificate Program, and the Chairman of the ECM Institute. Mr. Levy was at Sun Microsystems for 9 years, the last 4 of which he managed the e-commerce component of Sun's $3.5 billion supply chain. He is a popular speaker, lecturing on ECM issues throughout the U.S. and around the world.