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IT Executive Dinner

Join us March 20-22 for the next installment of this ground-breaking conference -- AGENDA17.

This year's conference promises to show you how to:

  • Tackle your key transformation challenges as a cross-functional team. Brainstorm solutions for customer engagement, the digital workplace, or business efficiency.
  • Create a practical plan for transforming your enterprise through hands-on working sessions led by executives who have been there, done it and reaped the rewards.
  • Forge your transformation team through session that prep your next-gen leaders for their digital futures (bring your direct reports).
  • Meet the innovators, including winners of the Digital Edge 50 Award and the iconic Computerworld Premier 100 IT Leaders Award.

Sessions include:

  • Building a Digital Business with APIs
  • Driving Value with Analytics and Machine Learning
  • Strategies to Protect Corporate IP in the Age of Employee Churn
  • The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Designing the Future
  • And many more.  Click here for full session schedule.

Bonus -- Party with the Glitterati at the Gala Awards Dinner on Wednesday, March 22. All conference registrants are welcome to attend.

Bring Your Team -- Invite Your Colleagues -- Share this email with your colleagues so they can register and attend with you.

To learn more about AGENDA17, please visit:


Sawgrass Marriott
Golf Resort & Spa

1000 PGA Tour Boulevard
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL


Brett Bonner
VP, Research and Development/
Operations Research

The Kroger Co.

Paul Friedman
VP, Business Technology Leader

Michael Garcia
VP, Development Services
Fannie Mae

Click here for the
full speaker list

Attendance at this event is limited to qualified Line of Business, IT Managers, Directors and Senior IT Executives from organizations of 100+ employees. All registrations will be reviewed and registrants will be promptly notified of their attendance status. IDG Enterprise reserves the right to determine the event’s total audience profile.

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