Software Forum Slated for December 15
Tech event to highlight ways for businesses to analyze and apply Big Data
Manchester, NH – The NH High Tech Council will hold its popular software forum on Monday, December 15 from 5:15 to 7:30 pm at Alpha Loft, 844 Elm Street No. 100 in Manchester. The forum will focus on big data, analytics, and will feature Emmett Soldati of Weather Analytics.
Soldati is a serial entrepreneur in the Granite State – from teahouses and gastro pubs to green tech and business incubators – and his passion for innovation has contributed to the economic and cultural revitalization of his hometown of Somersworth, NH. As the VP of Product Innovation and Marketing at Weather Analytics, a company that answers global weather intelligence questions with historical, current, and forecast weather and climate information for businesses and organizations. He brings together a team of developers, designers, analysts and scientists to continually push the bounds of new business intelligence solutions. Soldati is a graduate of the London School of Economics.
“The topic of big data can be overwhelming, and often companies don’t know where or how to begin leveraging the vast amount of information available to them,” states Soldati. “Whether it’s marketing analytics, performance statistics, historic trends or anything in between, the fundamentals for finding, validating, and applying big data principles are within reach.”
The Council’s software forums are designed for technology professionals involved in the software sector in a variety of capacities, including development, engineering, computer science, communications, sales, and more. The December 15 event is free to Council members and $30 for not-yet members, and includes food and beverages. Tickets are available online at nhhtc.org or via phone at 603.935.8951.
About NH High Tech Council
The High Tech Council engages, connects, and supports member companies throughout New Hampshire. Since 1983, the Council has supported education, research, innovation, and economic development efforts that have helped New Hampshire become a national leader in entrepreneurship and business. For more information, or to sponsor a software cluster event, please visit the NHHTC website at nhhtc.org or email the Council at info@NHHTC.org.