CIO Washington D.C. Roundtable Dinner by Micro Focus | Oct 8, 2019 | RPM Italian - Washington, DC, USA

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The CIO Washington D.C. Roundtable Dinner by Micro Focus is a chance to network, learn and engage with your peers on key industry concerns. Take some time out of the office to discuss and tackle the big issues currently affecting your company.

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Here's what our past attendees had to say:

I left the summit with a better understanding of potential relationships with vendors

Information Systems Security Officer, New York - Presbyterian/Queens

It's great to see that your attendees can benefit from our presentation content and perhaps our company too!

President, Rimini Street

This is the only CIO event we attend. It allows us to deliver a very focused message to our target audience at the individual level. Several relationships were forged. We invested in this event to build relationships. We left the summit with several new business partnerships.

Director, Financial Services Solutions

The format was very open and inviting, which resulted in nice interaction among the delegates. The length of the event was just right and the choice of venue was excellent! Agenda sessions were well planned and articulated. It demonstrated a sense of closeness to the topic.

Director, Application Development

Compared to other conferences, I found this format to be a much more effective way to identify good, solid leads. My most valuable take away from the CIO Insurance Summit was the connections I made with key decision makers at target companies. The format was excellent.

VP, Sales

 

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