Feb. 28: Manufacturing & Supply Chain Forum Presented by ETG

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Date: 2/28/2012
Time: 7:30 AM TO 9:30 AM

Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce
6500 Sugarloaf Parkway
Duluth, GA 30097

Cloud Computing: What does it mean for Enterprise Resource Planning?
In the increasingly complex world of corporate management, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems have long been a popular tool to integrate many systems into one and bring order to a chaotic supply chain. Now, Cloud Computing is transforming the ERP landscape, offering both new possibilities and potential pitfalls for manufacturing and supply chain management companies. On February 28, join us to learn what cloud offers for ERP solutions and what it does not from subject matter experts. In this presentation, experienced consultants from ETG discuss the effects of Cloud Computing as applied to the decision-making process of an ERP solutions investment. Specifically, we address pivotal concerns pertaining to Cloud Computing such as Cost Effectiveness, Buy vs. Build, Customization Capabilities, and Security & Scalability. Whether you are considering adding ERP to your operation or are a current user, this Forum is a must-attend event on a cutting-edge topic.

About the Speakers
Selami Kul has been in techno-functional ERP consultancy for over 15 years with local and international ERP projects of various sizes. ETG, under his leadership, was recognized globally in the top 5% of all Microsoft Dynamics partners in the years of 2010 and 2011. He holds a BS degree in Industrial Engineering and M.Sc. in Engineering Management. He is active in a variety of civic and cultural organizations.

Altan Kalayci is a 15 year veteran of Software Technology in the ERP and Business Intelligence arena. His work was recognized in various capacities including an Computerworld Honors 21st Century Success Award. Currently, he is a consultant and managing partner in ETG Consulting. Prior to joining ETG, he served at Oracle Corporation as a Principal Software Engineer for 10 years. Altan Kalayci holds a BS degree in Computer Science from Bilkent University and is currently pursuing an MBA degree at Georgia Tech.

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