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Platforms: taking software from good to great
June 13, 2017 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Greg Sharp is recognised as one of New Zealand’s leading IT innovators, having spent 23 years in the IT industry, both in New Zealand and the UK. Greg has successfully grown two managed service provider (MSP) businesses to become market leaders in the provision of services to the SME and mid-market segments. In 2008 Greg founded Base 2 and over the past nine years has led the company to become a multi-award winning IT Managed Services provider.
Come along and hear Greg as he explores the essential role that platforms play in a world that is rapidly being defined by software. Greg’s presentation will include great insights on platforms, hosting and security. Greg’s presentation will also cover:
- Enabling the customer experience
- Securing delivery
- Defining value for the software vendor
- The software of the future
Greg Sharp’s LinkedIn Profile
Great networking and dinner too
The NZSA is a great opportunity to help advance your business through meeting and networking with Auckland’s software community leaders. Plus, each event includes wine tasting and a two-course meal.
Bring a Friend
Don’t forget our NZSA referral promotion: when you refer a friend or colleague to an event, you receive a free drink, and they receive a complimentary bottle of wine if they decide to join NZSA! The guest must fill in your name as the referrer when registering for a standard ticket and must not have attended a NZSA event in the past 12 months.
Networking: 5.30 – 6:00pm
Wine tasting & Dinner: from 6.15 pm
Presenter: 7.00 pm
Dessert and Networking: 7.30 pm
*These timings are a guideline and are subject to change
Note: Bookings are essential as we need to have adequate seating and catering. If you have any special dietary requirements, please let us know when you order your ticket.
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