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TEXAS TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE 2002
A STATEWIDE EDUCATIONAL EVENT
1st ANNUAL TEXAS TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE
The first annual Texas Technology Conference was held on February 16-18,
2001, at the Houston Advanced Research Center in The Woodlands, Texas.
Speakers included: Jay Williams of Concours Group, who spoke of
"Technology and the New Economic Reality," Bryan Benoit and Gary Abdalla, of
PriceWaterhouse Coopers LLP, who educated the audience on "Intellectual
Property Due Diligence" and "Valuing Intellectual Properties: Licensing,
Donations and Holding Companies", Jon Shapiro of Alliance Systems, who
discussed the "Future of Telephony," and Eric Elfman of DataCert, who
discussed "Web Enabled Transactions."
Keynote speakers included: Kirill Tatarinov, chief technology
officer, BMC Software, whose presentation was "BMC Software: Technical
Innovation in e-Business Management" and Pallab Chatterjee, executive vice
president of i2 Technologies, who discussed "e-marketplaces-Tomorrow's
Vision, Today's Value."
Attorney and CPA panels educated the attendees on such topics as:
"The Role and Function of the US Patent Advisory Council,"
"Recruiting and Retaining Technology Talent in the Global Economy," and
"International Tax Considerations of Technology Transfers."
The conference culminated in a think-tank environment, with
representatives from several Texas universities explaining how to do
business with a university, and then sharing information on technologies
that are available and in-progress.
2nd ANNUAL TEXAS TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE
Due to the overwhelming success of the first annual Texas Technology
Conference, the next annual conference, which will be held in April of 2002,
is already in the planning stage.
Sponsorships for the second annual Texas Technology Conference will
be by invitation only, to ensure continued quality and integrity in
furtherance of the purposes of the Texas Technology Conference.
Participation level will be based on financial contributions to and
other support of the Conference, as shown in the matrix on our web site
As a participant, you can choose from a variety of acknowledgments
within printed materials, which will promote you, your organization, and the
Texas Technology Conference.
If interested in participating at any level, please contact us at
your earliest convenience, so we may discuss your commitment to the Texas
Technology Conference 2002.
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