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Executive Roundtable Breakfast: Enterprise Cloud Adoption for Customer Success

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Executive Roundtable Details

Friday, February 8, 2013
8:30 - 10:30am PT

Norwest Venture Partners
525 University Ave., Suite 800
Palo Alto, CA 94301

Description
Driven by guidance from ODCA (Open Data Center Alliance), enterprise customers are building specific requirements around availability, risk, and performance in their cloud service contract or RFPs. As this more educated prospect and customer evolves, how does a cloud vendor get ahead of their prospect and customer requirements?

Join us for an executive roundtable to share your ideas on how to respond to enterprise demands and accelerate your prospect's decision to sign up with you versus ":the other guys." Whether it's making your service delivery more transparent without compromising security, business outcome based SLAs, consumption based dynamic billing, or performance measurement by third party providers, cloud service providers are coming up with innovative ways to satisfy enterprise demand for more transparency & manageability of cloud services.

Ray Solnik from Appnomic Systems and Hari Haran from Persistent Systems will facilitate this open discussion and share information on new methods and new technologies to accelerate Cloud adoption. Space is provided on a first come, first served basis and will be hosted at Norwest Venture Partners headquarters in downtown Palo Alto, CA.

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Presenters:
Ray Solnik
President - US Operations, Appnomic Systems

Hari Haran
President, Persistent Systems