Mergermarket Technology Forum 2015
Join West Monroe at Mergermarket's Technology Forum
Date : April 23, 2015

West Monroe's Dan Mackowiak presents on how to secure information in mobile and the cloud.

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This event will include a combination of panel discussions and presentations on key issues in the "ever growing" technology sector as well as networking opportunities.

Dan Mackowiak, Senior Manager of Technology & Operations, will discuss trends in technology such as data security, big data, and movement to mobile devices are impacting M&A dealmaking.

The panel discussion will cover:
  • Effectiveness of technology take-privates
  • What's in the IPO pipeline and post-IPO performance
  • Attraction between shareholder activists and tech companies
  • Impact of big data, mobile and the cloud on M&A dealmaking
  • Growth and activity drivers of tech giants, with an M&A outlook

Please click here to view the agenda.
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