BILLERICA, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/06/13 -- Trillium Software®, a business of Harte-Hanks, Inc. (NYSE: HHS) and a leading provider of Total Data Quality solutions, today announced that it will hold its annual customer conference titled "Breakthrough" in Orlando, Florida from June 3-5, 2013 at the Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek Resort. Terry Jones, founder of Travelocity.com and Chairman of Kayak, will be the opening keynote. The closing keynote will be given by Billy Beane, general manager and minority owner of the Oakland Athletics major league baseball team. Beane, who was profiled by Michael Lewis in his book Moneyball, will discuss how he uses data to make key decisions with his team. This year's conference will feature more than 30 breakout sessions, data quality case studies from industry leading organizations, and hands-on workgroups for Trillium customers.
"This year's conference, co-located with the Harte-Hanks Forum, will give attendees the opportunity to extend their existing skills and learn new methods of adding data quality value to their organization with Trillium Software," said Len Dubois, senior vice president of marketing, Trillium Software. "Keynotes, breakout sessions, in-depth hands-on training and many networking opportunities over three days will enable attendees to shift their pattern of thinking, enabling them to have their own 'breakthrough' data quality moment."
Specifically, Trillium Software "Breakthrough" 2013 is the industry's only conference dedicated specifically to all things data quality. Breakthrough will provide a dynamic, interactive environment that allows participants to connect, collaborate, and discover new ways to implement and improve their data quality solution to improve business results. Every year, attendees learn how the latest technologies are being used to reduce costs, improve productivity, and drive innovation.
There will be five case study sessions from well known companies -- Aston Martin, Ford, McAfee, NCR, and Southwest Airlines -- each describing a unique way in which they use Trillium Software to solve their data challenges. Event participants will also be able to attend Harte-Hanks general sessions during the three-day conference. For more information and to register, please visit: http://www.trilliumsoftware.com/tscc2013/register.aspx.
Harte-Hanks® is a worldwide direct and targeted marketing company that provides direct marketing services and shopper advertising opportunities to local, regional, national and international consumer and business-to-business marketers. Visit the Harte-Hanks Web site at http://www.harte-hanks.com or call (800) 456-9748.
About Trillium Software
Harte-Hanks Trillium Software® enables organizations to achieve Total Data Quality by providing a full complement of technologies and services providing global data profiling, data cleansing, enhancement, and data linking for e-business, customer relationship management, data governance, enterprise resource planning, supply chain management, data warehouse, and other enterprise applications. For more information about Trillium Software and its offerings, call (978) 436-8900 in the United States and in the United Kingdom call +44 (0) 118 940 7666, or visit Trillium Software online at http://www.trilliumsoftware.com.
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