For the first time since its founding, the Aberdeen CSO Summit will feature an agenda topic nominated by the Aberdeen Research Advisory Council, an exclusive, invitation-only group of 20 senior executives selected for their stature and leadership role within a particular business segment or industry category. The topic will be announced in a future communication from Aberdeen Group.
For additional information on Aberdeen Chief Service Officer 2013 Summit Speakers, please visit the Summit Speaker and Preliminary Agenda pages. To learn more about the upcoming CSO Summit, please visit the Chief Service Officer Summit Summary page.
Complimentary VIP passes are available for qualified service and business executives. To apply for a pass, please visit our CSO Summit Registration page.
Sponsors and Partners of the 2013 CSO Summit include: ClickSoftware, PTC, Trimble, FedEx SupplyChain, IFS, Field Technologies, and SupplyChainBrain.
Limited sponsorship opportunities are firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617.854.5359.
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