Denver Biz Tech Expo set for Sept. 29 at Coors Field

Thursday March 17, 2016 0 comments Tags: Denver, Denver Biz Tech Expo, David DeCamillis, Denver Technology Partners


DENVER -- The  Denver Biz Tech Expo,  which connects Colorado businesses with top local and national technology and cloud providers, announced the 2016 Denver Biz Tech Expo, “The Internet of Things…Get in Front of What’s Next,” will be held at Coors Field on Sept. 29 exclusively for business owners, executives and IT decision makers.Denver_Biz_Tech_Expo_logoUSE

“We are very excited to call Coors Field our new home,” said David DeCamillis, president of Denver Technology Partners. “Our goal is to provide Colorado business with the ability to ‘get in front of what’s next’ in the technology industry, and couldn’t be happier to find such a state-of-the-art facility.”

The Denver Biz Tech Expo (DBTE) will include up to 65 exhibitors showcasing hardware, software, and service solutions in all areas of technology. The DBTE is designed to help companies operate more successfully in today’s competitive global marketplace by showcasing the most advanced technology solutions available.

Attendees will include business owners, executives, directors, managers and IT professionals across all industries.

The 2016 DBTE will feature both local and global exhibitors showcasing technology hardware, software and services in IT management, security, mobility, integration, telecom, Internet hosting, datacenter, managed services, network specialists, cloud services, technology recycling, digital signage, document scanning and management, business continuity, technology staffing, business software, digital forensic investigation/e-discovery, software and application development and green technology services.

The DBTE will feature a speaker’s series throughout the expo day highlighting key global technology providers who will deliver presentations incorporating dynamic, leading-edge solutions and product demonstrations of cutting-edge hardware, software and service solutions.

Much of the speaker series content will focus on integration, mobility and/or security, organizers said.

DBTE also provides a Panel of Experts for Mobility, Security and Women In Technology as well as a Public Town Hall that helps foster relationships between small businesses and government entities.