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SADA at the Going Google Roadshow LA 2013

 

SADA Systems was honored to once again partner with Google Enterprise to host the Going Google Roadshow at our home base in Los Angeles, moderated by our CEO and President, Tony Safoian!


Over 180 executives from the greater LA area arrived at the Google offices located in Venice, CA to listen to business leaders discuss how they transformed their organizations by moving to Google cloud solutions. SADA and Google, along with other Google partners including IRIS, Search Technologies, RightScale met to host the annual event, which consisted of presentations discussing the future of work in the Google cloud, product demonstrations, and testimonials from a distinguished customer panel. A social hour followed the presentations, where executives and presenters conversed about topics covered earlier in the day, such as the collaboration features in Google Apps for Business, and the exciting potential of Google Enterprise solutions like Google Maps for Business and Google Enterprise Search. Partners set up demonstration tables where attendees could see the technologies discussed in action, including an exclusive test run with a pair of Google Glasses.
Customer panel was moderated by Hratch Achadjian, Business Development Manager at SADA Systems, and consisted of:

    • First Team Real Estate, Joe Desuta – CIO

       

 

    • Sony Image Works, Rob Bredow – CTO

       

 

    • 20th Century Fox, Garrett Boss – VP of IT

       

 

    • QAD, Inc, Bob Ward – IT Architecture

       

 

    • LA County, Mark Greminger – CIO

       

A few pictures of the event are below – see more by visiting SADA’s G+ page!

We hope to see you on the next GGR – up next, Dallas!

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