Fusion 2013 CEO-CIO Symposium
Every year a group of executives deepens their ability to deliver business value through information technology by sharing knowledge and experiences with their peers at the Fusion CEO-CIO Symposium.
The feedback from Fusion 2012 was outstanding: a 95% satisfaction rating for the event overall. As always, our advisory board and conference chair and co-chairs deserve much of the credit for vetting content and making sure it is relevant, high-quality and commercial free.
Fusion draws a well-rounded audience of decision makers including CIOs, CEOs, COOs and CFOs. Fusion is a highly interactive event. Your presence in the sessions and at the networking events will put you front and center. Network with your peers and engage in lively discussions.
Fusion 2013 Coverage
What 2012 attendees had to say:
"The networking was exceptional! The content fantastic and the
overall execution of the conference - spectacular!"
"Fusion provides me an opportunity to network with other CIO's
from Wisconsin-based companies. Giving me the ability to
leverage their knowledge and experience related to hot industry
"I really look forward to attending the Fusion CIO conference for its
timely information about the trials and trends in today's
information management landscape. IT is no longer a systems
management challenge, but an organizational management
challenge: the Fusion CIO conference gives me the information I
need to fine tune my strategy for the next year and beyond."
"Discussion with other executives on their challenges.
Understanding what others have been doing or trying to solve
some of the bigger things going on."
"Frankly, I was pleasantly surprised. This was the first Fusion event that I
had attended and context and experience was well above my
expectations; gave me a great deal to think about."
"I thought the sessions were really good and very interesting. The
speakers, for the most part, were very dynamic and entertaining."
"Networking was the most beneficial. Meeting with CIOs and
peers in a somewhat social venue gave way to open communication."
All topics and sessions are vetted by a the advisory board to ensure a lively discussion and non-commercial message.