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SupraNet returns as the Fusion 2012 CEO-CIO Symposium Technology Sponsor

Source: SupraNet Communications
March 8, 2012
SupraNet Communications, Inc. proud to once again be the Technology Sponsor of the Fusion 2012 Symposium.

The WTN Media Fusion 2012 CEO-CIO Symposium is a highly interactive event that brings together executives from every level, including CEOs, CIOs, COOs and CFOs, who aim to deepen their ability to deliver business value through information technology. The 2012 Fusion Symposium, held at the Fluno Center in Madison, WI will deliver relevant, high-quality and commercial free information thanks to the dedicated advisory board, conference chair and co-chairs.

This year’s conference chair is Rick Davidson. He is assisted by co-chairs Rick Roy, Steve Cretney, and David Cagigal. Featured symposium topics include, Amplifying the Enterprise: When Technology Trumps IT, Demystifying Big Data - Finding Business Insights Without Breaking the Bank, The Making of A "Social CIO": Are you Ready?, and Cloud Surfing: A New Way to Think About Risk, Innovation, Scale and Success.

For more information on the Fusion 2012 Symposium click here.

SupraNet Communications, Inc. has been helping businesses do more on the Internet since 1994, and today exceeds the goal of becoming one of the most well-respected Internet Service Providers in the area. They do this by adhering to their core values of integrity, continuous improvement, long term customer loyalty, and responsible success with almost 400 clients in Dane County and its surrounding areas; most of which have been with the company for over five years.

To find out what real Information Technology customer service looks, feels - and most importantly - acts like, contact SupraNet today!

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