• E-Commerce Management Symposium Wednesday, October 04, 2000 - 08:30AM to Thursday, October 05, 2000 - 08:30AM
    Wyndham Hotel
    1350 North First Street
    San Jose, CA
    Software Architecture and Platform

E-Commerce Management Symposium



  • October 4th & 5th. Presented by ECNow.com

    For more information, visit the ECMsym web site.

    The ECMsym.com Symposium is comprised of 5 keynotes and 15 panels with over 35 industry visionaries who will be presenting and dialoguing with managers and executives from around the world. Interact with senior level executives for provocative discussions on strategic e-business issues and make yourself available for outstanding networking opportunities. Keynote and breakout speakers and panels will discuss the latest and hottest business issues in ECM - the deployment, management and evolution of e-commerce within companies. Come and learn how to help move your company from the industrial age to the Internet age.

    The October 4-5 ECMsym.com Symposium is comprised of 5 keynotes and 15 session/panels with over 30 speakers. Keynote speakers are:

    • Mitchell Levy, President of ECnow.com in a talk titled "E-Commerce in the Year 2025"
    • Mark Goldstein, President and CEO, Bluelight.com, "Morphing from a brick-and-mortar to a click-and-mortar company"
    • Alfred Chuang, President and COO, BEA Systems, Inc., "Leading the Business Transformation"
    • Robert Cross, President, Venture Capital Online, "The Pitfalls of Providing Poor Customer Service Faster on the Net"
    • Surprise Keynote TBA

    ECMsysm.com also has sessions and panels from the leading ECM industry practitioners. Companies include American Express, Vignette, Net Perceptions, Navisite, Calico Commerce, Baltimore Technologies, ephones.com, Fort Point Partners, Brigade Solutions, Live Person, Zefer plus a whole lot more. The panels will not focus on vendors products. They will focus on real issues being addressed daily by the leaders of the companies making e-commerce happen. Check out the panels to see for yourself.

    Wyndham Hotel
    1350 North First Street
    San Jose, CA

    Each day from 8:30-5:30
    For a detailed agenda, see the ECMsym agenda.

    2-day conference price is
    $1,095 to the public
    $895 for SDForum members