Local CRM Experts Share What’s Hot, What’s Not at Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) CRM Meeting
ATLANTA — Bruce Culbert, CEO, iSymmetry and Chairman/Co-Founder, myCRMcareer, will join fellow panelists to discuss What’s Hot and What’s Not at the upcoming “State of the CRM Industry” meeting. The event is sponsored by the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) CRM Society, which provides a platform for exchanging ideas related to selling, servicing and marketing to customers.
Panel Discussion: “State of the CRM Industry,” moderated by Graham Clark, TAG CRM President
Bruce Culbert, CEO of iSymmetry and Co-Founder of myCRMcareer.com – For over 25 years Mr. Culbert has led ground breaking IT and new business initiatives for companies including IBM, BearingPoint, KPMG and Salesforce.com. He is currently CEO of iSymmetry, an Inc Magazine fastest growing company, and a premier provider of IT outsourcing, consulting and recruiting services for the public and private sector www.isymmetry.com. Mr. Culbert also Co-founded myCRMcareer.com, LLC, the world’s only social network dedicated to the advancement of CRM professionals www.mycrmcareer.com. Culbert is a member of the Board of Directors for the Center for Professional Selling at the Coles College of Business, Kennesaw University.
Anna Convery, CMO ClickFox – Ms. Convery handles global ClickFox’ marketing and market development. Previously she was SVP of marketing and product management at Nexida Inc. Convery has held various marketing and business development roles at IBM, Jacada Ltd. and Unibol Inc. throughout EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Asia) and North America. She is the recipient of the 2007 Women in Technology of the Year Award, and was recognized as one of Atlanta’s 40 under 40 as recognized by the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
Mark Storm, Regional VP, salesforce.com – Mr. Storm is Salesforce.com’s VP of Sales for the Southeast where he manages sales and marketing for field sales, focusing on the enterprise customer base. His primary responsibilities are acquiring new customers and retaining existing ones. Mark has been in the technology industry for 15 years. Before salesforce.com, he held management positions at Convergys and Portal Software and sales positions at IBM and Oracle in their applications business.
Thursday, January 22, 2009, 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM EST
Building 500 / 1100 Abernathy Road/Suite 1120
Atlanta, GA 30328
For more information, go to http://www.tagonline.org/events.php