Wireless SIG: Pervasive Computing Consulting and Applications





    Stuart Williams, CEO - Pervasent, Inc.


    New Campus of Excite@Home
    450 Broadway Street
    Redwood City, CA


    6:00-6:30pm registration/networking/refreshments
    6:30-8:30pm program


    $10 for non-SDForum Members
    No charge for SDForum members and students with ID

    Presentation Overview

    Pervasent develops products and business applications designed for anytime, anywhere, any-device computing.

    Pervasent brings together some of the finest technology strategists and software engineers from across multiple industries to apply their proven skill-sets to multi-channel environments. Integrated with existing business applications, Pervasent develops industrial-strength solutions for breaking employee shackles to the desktop PC, enabling them to perform time-sensitive computing wherever they are. Multi-channel or "pervasive" computing means more to Pervasent than simply embracing new technologies. It means taking a customer-centric approach to providing information from any service to any device.

    Focusing on helping clients take advantage of emerging opportunities in e-business and m-business, Pervasent's team of experienced professionals provides services from strategy formation through solution creation, implementation and deployment.

    Pervasent has a proven track record in delivering large-scale systems on time and on budget. Our staff has provided advanced systems programming, managed e-commerce sites, and led software and web deployments for a wide variety of companies including American Express, Bank of America, eToys, Network Appliance, and Pacific Gas & Electric.

    Speaker Profile

    Stuart Williams

    Stuart is founder and CEO of Pervasent, - a leading consulting company focused on bringing pervasive computing to the enterprise, i.e. developing cost-efficient solutions for anytime, anywhere, any-device computing. He hasover ten years experience in developing complex enterprise business applications for large corporations. Since 1995, he has been involved in thedevelopment of numerous industrial-strength internet sites, such as Babycenter, a Webby-award winning content and commerce web site.