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Join us on The Road to IBM Vision as we prepare for IBM’s premier global conference for finance, risk management, and sales compensation professionals coming to Orlando, Florida from May 18-21! In preparation for Vision, we will be hosting two exciting webinars: TM1 Performance Modeler and Architect Comparison and Introduction to IBM Cognos Disclosure Management.

At 2:00PM EST on April 15, 2014 our TM1 Performance Modeler and Architect Comparison webinar will show you how TM1 Performance Modeler can help non-technical contributors to take a bigger role in the ownership of their company’s internal TM1 planning and reporting servers. In addition, we will go over the many features and wizards that Performance Modeler has to offer that help companies develop applications faster and increase project ROI.

On April 29, 2014 at 2:00PM EST, we will introduce you to IBM Cognos Disclosure Management, a secure, collaborative, enterprise-scalable reporting and process automation solution. Join us to see how Cognos Disclosure Management is enabling companies to reduce the risk, costs, and data inaccuracies that often plague entire organizations.

Don’t forget to visit our booth at Vision for even more great information and some exciting news from Ironside!

Not attending IBM Vision? No problem! We encourage you to register anyway to take advantage of the exciting information our expert consultants share. We’re sure the road to IBM Vision will still hold some important insights for you.

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The Ironside Group is pleased to be a gold sponsor at the upcoming Vision 2014 conference in Orlando Florida, May 18-21. Vision 2014 is the premier global conference for finance, risk management, and sales compensation professionals.

 

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