Join Westcon at NZ’s fastest growing business tech event

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Registrations are now open to attend New Zealand’s leading business technology event – Westcon Group’s Imagine 2013.

With technology insights on offer to help you succeed today and plan for tomorrow’s world, Imagine 2013 should not be missed by IT resellers, integrators, cloud builders, managed service providers and technology focused end users.

Designed to help you to accelerate your business and give you a competitive edge, the event will offer information on the latest business tactics and emerging technologies.

The sessions will include business and technical workshops, presentations from industry leaders and practical hands-on technical demonstrations from over 30 leading IT brands.

William (Bill) Hurley, Global Chief Technology Officer for Westcon Group will also be in attendance, where he will offer insights into his approach on how best to accelerate business growth.

Hurley’s IT strategy centres on leveraging managed services, the cloud and virtualisation in order to deliver cost effective technology solutions, while retaining the intellectual capital wish that gives Westcon its competitive advantage.

The company is also delighted to announce the keynote speakers for Imagine 2013 will be London Olympic gold rowing medallists Hamish Bond and Eric Murray.

This unbeaten duo understand the true meaning of acceleration and how to make passion, partnership and technology click.

Imagine 2013 is a one-day event and will be held on May 14th at Auckland’s Langham Hotel, and on May 16th at the Intercontinental Hotel, Wellington.

For more information or to register, click here

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