Source Pravda.Ru

230 companies to take part in Corporate Portal 2003

More than 230 companies will participate in the forum Corporate Portal 2003, which is to take place in Moscow on April 15-16, the organizing committee reported. Participants will get acquainted with modern technologies in the sphere of organizing corporate portals, compare solutions of leading developers, exchange experience in launching corporate portals and find new clients and partners. The agenda of the forum includes 37 reports from 30 leading developers and integrators of corporate portal solutions, including Oracle, HBS, Documentum, IBM, RBC SOFT, IT, Exact Software, EPAM systems, TopsBI and others.

Oracle, Documentum, HBS and IBM are sponsors of the forum. RosBusinessConsulting is the general informational sponsor.

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