Montana Technology Connection Series, 9/4, Bozeman, Montana
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Bozeman will host discussions on Montana's available technology infrastructure; including fiber optic capacity, cyber security, big data analytics, data centers, managed services, cloud offerings and other topics. This is the final stop in the series that serves as an information source for local businesses that require technology services and supply them with important information about Montana based technology providers. It will help quantify the importance and availability of utilizing in state technology resources to help businesses grow.
"Morrison Maierle Systems Corp. (Systems) joined with Integra and Parsec Data in sponsoring this event because in part we see it as a great opportunity to connect Montana businesses with experienced, knowledgeable, forward-thinking information technology professionals that live right here in Montana," stated Darryl Rensmon, President of Morrison-Maierle Systems. "We are passionate about IT, believe in Montana, have the team to handle IT design and infrastructure from beginning to end; and we are committed to helping Montana businesses grow."
The strength of Montana's IT backbone is not common knowledge within the state, however, Montana stacks up as one of the top locations in the nation for tech centers. The event will show local businesses what many across the nation have already discovered; Montana's technology base is vibrant and growing.
This is a unique opportunity for any business, whether you are in healthcare, retail or even a start-up to learn important information that can positively affect your business and help support a robust business climate in Montana.
Wednesday September 4th
8:00 AM - 12:00
Strand Building, Ballroom D MSU
Bozeman Area Chamber of Commerce
Main Street Montana Montana Department of Commerce
Morrison-Maierle Systems Corp.
Parsec Data Management http://parsecdata.com/
For more information:
Mike Ferrucci, Parsec Data Management email@example.com
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