Monday, November 5, 2018

KC Winery Tour + EPM = What Could Go Wrong?

With apologies due to The Clash:

Hyperion 11.2 vs. Cloud: Should I Stay or Should I go?

The link above will take you to the registration page for the event my company is hosting in downtown Kansas City on November 15.  Presenters will be myself (Global Director, EPM Middleware), Bobby Ellis (Global Director, EPM Functional), Joe Farrell (Senior VP, Product Development), and Chuck Czajkowski (Accelatis Engineer, don't attempt to pronounce his last name).

Topics will include:
  • Expected features of on-premises EPM 11.2
  • Pros & Cons of moving from on-premises to the Cloud
  • TaaS with Accelatis (mysterious?  attend to find out!)
  • Q&A
  • Winery tour.
  • Did I mention a winery tour?

Where & When:
Amigoni Urban Winery
1505 Genessee Suite
100 Kansas City, MO 64102

November 15, 2018

4:00 pm – Welcome – Introductions
4:15 pm – Workshop – Hyperion 11.2 vs Cloud: Should I Stay or Should I Go?
5:15 pm – Q&A
5:30 pm – Tour – Wine Tasting

Having lived and worked in the KC metro, I have an attachment and hope to see many of my former colleagues there!

For my former Sprint colleagues, may I add:  #ThristyThursday

1 comment:

  1. Couldn't make this one, but I will look toward the next Thirsty Thursday!


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