Call for Speaker for IBM Interconnect 2016 New Deadline September 25th

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IBM Internet of Things is coming to IBM InterConnect 2016 – one of IBM’s premier conferences. Beginning in February 2015, we combined three of our most popular IBM conferences—Pulse, Impact and Innovate—into one of the most comprehensive software events ever to deliver even more value to attendees. It is being held from 21 – 25 February, 2016.

Do you have a best practice or a transformation story you'd like to share?

We're calling out for high achievers who have used technology in innovative ways to improve their business performance and are prepared to share experiences. Speaker proposal are now being accepted for inclusion in the IBM InterConnect 2016 conference agenda.

Speaking at InterConnect will help raise your profile and expand your network with more than 20,000 peers, experts and influencers. Additionally, client speakers may qualify for a complimentary pass to the conference. Preference is given to case studies delivered by a speaker from organizations that have seen and can demonstrate real benefits from adopting IBM solutions. Sessions are a maximum of 50 minutes in duration.

We are looking for presentations about IBM Maximo, IBM TRIRIGA, PMQ, IoT Foundation, DOORS, Messagesight and other IBM solutions.   Come share your experience and expertise by submitting your speaker proposal by clicking here. Once there select the “core curriculum” and then choose “Internet of Things”

This selection will take you to the ”Internet of Things” Stream. In this stream you will learn how the Internet of Things will bring together enterprise assets, facilities, connected devices, products and IT to enable cities, enterprises and industries to create new revenue streams from existing products or services, inspire new working practices or processes and create new business models. This stream has following 7 tracks:

Asset Management Best Practices. This track will focus on real-world best practices across a variety of industries: Energy & Utilities, Manufacturing, Transportation, Chemicals & Petroleum, Mining, Life Sciences, and Public Sector – including State, Local, and Federal Government.

Asset Management Technologies. Learn about the latest innovations in IBM’s Asset Management technologies – IBM Maximo - and how these technologies are being used in real world implementations today

Continuous Engineering.. This track will focus on real-world examples of how leading Automotive, Aerospace, Electronics, Energy and Healthcare organizations are using IBM’s Continuous Engineering capabilities to design and build the future today.

IoT Platform and Analytics   Learn about the new IoT capabilities in the IoT Foundation and discover how advanced analytics can deliver game-changing capabilities for operations and asset management such as predictive maintenance, strategic facilities planning, inventory optimization and better operational decision making at the speed of your organization

Transformation and Industry Solutions. Learn about the latest innovations in Internet of Things technologies and how leading organizations are exploiting the possibilities that IoT offers. This track bring together technology innovators with organizations leading the way in the application of Internet of Things technologies to demonstrate the here-and-now, the art of the possible, and the pathways to get there.

Devices and the Networked Economy. These sessions will use real-world how-to examples of how line of business and development are bringing together IoT and mobile data, other data sources, and applications to create competitive advantage.

Real Estate and Facilities Management Learn about the latest innovations in IBM’s Real Estate and Facilities Management technologies- IBM TRIRIGA -- and how these technologies are being used in real world implementations today

Look forward to hear from you about the story you would like to share at the conference!

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