Cloudy with a Chance of Value Creation
Date : October 7, 2016 Time : 08:00 AM
Finding true value from the cloud depends on many variables and the dynamics of each particular business. Join West Monroe for an informative and interactive discussion on demystifying the cloud and how it can impact the operations of your business.
New York

You will walk away from the session with a deeper understanding on how to better consider cloud options for your business.

  • How do you define the cloud?
  • How complex is it to get there?
  • How does cloud impact EBITDA?
  • What are the misconceptions about cost savings?

Matt Sondag, Managing Director, Mergers & Acquisitions, West Monroe Partners (Moderator)

Sean Curran, Director, Security & Infrastructure, West Monroe Partners
Chuck Kirchner, Senior Director, Cloud & Infrastructure, West Monroe Partners
Erik Brown, Director, Technology, West Monroe Partners
Gregg Schoonover, Senior Industry Executive, Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe
Michael Snyder, Global Lead, Private Equity Business Development, Amazon Web Services

Please register here.

Where: West Monroe Partners, 1700 Broadway, Suite 1400, New York, NY, 10019. 
When: Friday, October 7th 
Breakfast: 8:30AM
Program: 9:00 - 10:30AM
*Breakfast and refreshments will be provided

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