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Enterprise app & MDM Evolution 2014 - Bring the Team

23 Jun 2014 - 24 Jun 2014 - Kempinski Hotel Bristol Berlin



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Enterprise app & MDM Evolution 2014 Identifying needs | Developing Business and Use Cases | Programing and Integrating Apps | Providing Data Security | Solving Real Problems June 23 – 24, 2014 | Kempinski Hotel Bristol Berlin | Germany | http://enterprise-app2014.we-conect.com Networking – Benchmarking – Knowledge Transfer in Teams Benefit from best-practice sharing based on individual experience, multi-faceted knowledge-transfer, innovative new ideas and effective solutions for the complex challenges your business is facing - All of this with maximum interactivity amongst 80+ board-level attendees and leading professionals from all major industries in the field of competitive and market intelligence. • 3 Icebreaker Sessions on the Eve prior to the Conference • 6 World Café Sessions • 20+ high level Case Studies & Keynotes • 6 Challenge Your Peers Roundtables • Exclusive Networking Dinner we.CONECT Bring the Team connects internal teams of up to 10 team-members • Maximise your ROI from sharing experience & benchmarking • Get to know other teams from the industry & business competitors – Explore and understand their own challenges and concepts for solutions • Match your activities & output with that of the pioneering businesses • Discuss approaches & practical concepts for your daily project-business – Enable your team to optimise processes and costs effectively • Enhance your project-team’s efficiency through active exchange on-site • Save time and cash on projects through useful learning from experience • Get live support & training from speakers & pioneers of the industry • Optimise the success of your large-scale projects long-term Key to Collective Success – Teams Play Strong for the Future  2nd DELEGATE 25% DISCOUNT on standard registration fee  3rd - 4th DELEGATE 35% DISCOUNT on standard registration fee  5th + DELEGATE 50% DISCOUNT on standard registration fee The industry is in the fast lane – Get ahead of the game with competitive know-how! Conference-participants bringing their team save valuable extra costs and time on projects, create long-term added value for their business and execute their projects quickly through to success.  

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