The Technology Association of Louisville Kentucky (TALK) announces three of the speakers in its Techfest Louisville lineup, Aaron Rosenberg, Partner & Senior Vice President of Business Development at Oasis Solutions, Raymond Tri, President at Tri Consulting and Southern Shine,LLC, and John Williamson, founder of RCM Brain.
Techfest Louisville 2017, an event held every other year, looks to focus on an audience of entrepreneurs, tech professionals, and C-suite types needing to learn more about today’s tech trends, case studies of interest and how-to scenarios.
Aaron Rosenberg will be speaking in the Advanced Manufacturing Track on “Avoiding the Software Implementation Nightmare”, a look at the steps to follow to successfully navigate the waters of change during the implementation of a new business management software. A proper implementation is essential to the future success of your business.
In the Internet of Things Track on “Sippin: A Mobile App Case Study”, will be Raymond Tri, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, and Pai Charasika; Co-Founder & Chief Marketing Officer, with an insider’s view of the development of a technology startup and how it takes into consideration relationships.
John Williamson will be speaking in the Healthcare IT Track on “AI Bots in Healthcare”, and the new world of automation possibilities in the healthcare world with the introduction of intelligent software automation.
Tickets for the event are $99 per day or $174 for both days, available for purchase via the Techfest website: Buy Tickets
Other speakers will host panel discussions, explain cases scenarios, and highlight trends in the industry.
About Techfest Louisville
The Technology Association of Louisville Kentucky, aka TALK, will hold its Techfest Louisville 2017 on Aug. 16-17th for all those professionals and higher education students interested in learning more about technologies that impact our world today.
Speakers will host panel discussions, explain case scenarios and case studies, as well as show tech trends and their implications in various presentation styles over this two-day event to be held at the Pendennis Club this year.
The program is open for attendance to anyone that is interested in technology developments, and allows for economic development conversations between attendees, speakers and area leaders.
For more information on Techfest Louisville 2017, go to: www.techfestlou.com. For more information on TALK, go to www.talklou.com or visit us on Facebook, and LinkedIn pages under Technology Association of Louisville KY. On Twitter: @talklou and @techfestlou.