Two and a half days of PowerPoint presentations (one session being 3 hours long), videos, demonstrations and numerous conversations with executives of one of the engineering software’s largest companies, Siemens (PLM). That’s a lot of information to process! Continue reading
What happens at an industry analyst event? Are the contents new, different, insightful, exciting?
Hear what our select group of key influencers have to say on this years’ Siemens Analyst conference and judge for yourself. An inside peek on Siemens messaging and focus from an outsiders’ perspective; what’s gone before, here today and yet to come perhaps?
Hosted by my good self, Allan Behrens, Managing Director and Principal Analyst, Taxal, with colleagues Jim Brown, President and founder of Tech-Clarity and Monica Schnitger, President and Principal Analyst, Schnitger Corporation.
Taxal’s participation in this global event will focus on the changing nature of sales channels and partner relationships. With cloud based offerings and software as a service deliverables being on many of our agendas’ are authors and partners ready for any necessary change? Indeed what’s the change needed and is there an opportunity to adapt or extend partner networks to take advantage of emerging trends in the market?
COFES, hosted at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort in Scottsdale Arizona from the 15th through the 17th April 2010, is the engineering software industry’s only annual think tank event which brings executives from design, engineering, architectural, development and technology companies together to understand the role engineering technology will play in the future survival and success of business.
For more information on COFES go to www.cofes.com