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Save the date:
  Wednesday
  November 20, 2013
  6:00PM-9:00PM

i And The Changing World
Guest Speaker:
  Alison Butterill

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November Meeting
BDPA and DVCUG
     present

i And The Changing World

       by Alison Butterill
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The world is evolving and changing. So is IBM i.
What are today’s industry trends?
Will they affect how and where you use IBM i?
How are clients and partners using IBM i today?
Most importantly, how is IBM i evolving to deliver
these new technologies and new capabilities?
Discover how the IBM i operating system is more relevant today
than ever before.
What will the future bring?

When:

Wednesday
November 20, 2013
6:00 PM       Doors open
                 Hors d’oeuvres
7:30 PM       Presentation
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Where:

Cigna
1601 Chestnut St  Liberty Two, 3rd Flr
Philadelphia PA 19102
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by November 18th VIA
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Cost:
$FREE
 

Our Speaker: Alison Butterill

Alison is the IBM i Product Offering Manager working for IBM Power Systems. She works with the IBM i marketing and development teams to ensure that the IBM i Operating System reflects client requirements. Having worked in the mid-range area for more than 30 years, Alison has held a wide variety of positions at IBM, primarily with midrange servers and software. She has held a range of positions including field Systems Engineer, an instructor in Customer Technical Education, national support representative for IBM Canada, and Worldwide Technical Marketing support representative for the development tools and compilers from the IBM Toronto Laboratory.

Alison is a regular speaker at industry and technical conferences around the world.

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About The Delaware Valley Computer User Group:

Founded in 1981, the Delaware Valley Computer Users Group (DVCUG) is a community of business systems professionals. The primary focus of the organization is education related to IBM midrange computer systems and associated technologies.

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