A few things are certain in this world, but one thing is. And that’s the fact that change is constant––especially in the world of technology. That’s why AIM Infotec is here to help you stay ahead of the curve.
Early bird tickets are now available for AIM Infotec, coming to the Embassy Suites La Vista on April 1 and 2.
This conference is designed to help attendees gain insights, investigate, ideate and share. It is a place where technology leaders are enabled to better prepare themselves for the challenges of the future, and technology specialists can grow their knowledge and find new ways to solve problems.
It is also an ideal opportunity to meet and connect with other professionals and expand your network.
Infotec was started by the Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) in 1973 as a hardware trade show for IT enthusiasts. In the eight years since it was acquired by Omaha-based AIM Institute, the annual event has grown into one of the Silicon Prairie’s premier annual business tech gathering.
This year’s Infotec will feature cutting-edge speakers, networking events and training workshops covering a wide range of topics such as security, tech leadership, big data, innovation and more.
Not just an event for big businesses and tech professionals, the event also targets startups. Last year’s Infotec featured workshops from Brian Ardinger on what enterprises can learn from startups, and a data science panel featuring Kelly Burdine, Data Analyst Lead at Hudl.
2019 speakers and session topics will be announced shortly. In the meantime, early bird tickets are available through February 22 on the Infotec website.