Microsoft Ignite 2015
Date : May 4, 2015 Time : 08:30 AM CST
West Monroe Partners will be exhibiting at Microsoft Ignite at booth #593. Please stop by to learn more about our offerings that use Microsoft technologies.
Location:
Chicago

West Monroe Partners is attending Microsoft Ignite, held in Chicago from May 4th-8th. West Monroe will be attending to maintain the firm's commitment to technology solutions and innovation. 

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"The best and brightest minds will be all in one place to talk cloud infrastructure and management, productivity, big data and the internet of things, unified communications, mobility and more. So welcome, thinkers. And get ready for a glimpse at what’s possible today and in the future."  - Microsoft Ignite

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