News of Nashville
Wednesday, January 7,
2004 (No. 24)
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Wednesday, January 14, 2004.
this week in Nashville, Chip Schuneman, president
of the Self Test
Software unit of Kaplan
Professional (division of Kaplan
Inc., a Washington
Post Co. sub), told NTC "HR due diligence" is
underway among Transcender's approximately 50
Nashville staff. He said it will take several
months to answer the question of how best to
integrate Self Test's Atlanta and Nashville assets
to leverage No. 1-ranked Transcender's "phenomenal
brand" and fulfill other objectives during the
next few months. The Tennessean reported Kaplan's
planned acquisition, Dec. 24, 3E, here.
More than one observer says Transcender has set
the standard for training, e.g., TechRepublic
First NTC Tech
Roundtable of 2004 is tomorrow, Jan. 8th!
Shaun Carrigan, CEO of Nashville-based NetContent
Inc. discusses how
XML-RSS content syndication via web services is
enabling executives to leverage high-impact
third-party news and business information to grow
revenue. Applications for CRM, sales force
intelligence, employee- and customer-relations
enhancements will be reviewed. Networking 5 p.m.,
dinner and program. Networking 5 p.m., dinner and
program begin 6 p.m. $25 NTC members, $35
non-members. University Club at Vanderbilt.
Details and registration here.
Renkis seeks new investors,
partners for Smartvue wireless web-,
phone-linked personal surveillance and security
systems, The City Paper, p. 9, Dec. 31, here.
Beyond West End:
Associates Inc. should be
bicoastal by spring, projects 50 offices to
reach customers ahead of Business Software
Alliance lawsuits, Nash. Bus. Journal, Nash. Bus.
question: Why is the E-Commerce work of
Vanderbilt Univ. Owen GSM Professor Donna Hoffman
cited with such extraordinary frequency? Theories
offered via in-cites (12/03) here.
ClientLogic (Onex Corp.) purchases Service
Zone Holdings to expand call-center services
base, Nash. Bus. Journal, Jan. 5, here. NashvillePost.com, here.
Tennessean, Jan. 6, here.
City Paper, Jan. 6, p. 13, not on web.
Asurion leaves La Vergne, expands
presence in Rutherford County's Smyrna industrial
site, Tennessean, 1E, Dec. 19, here. Chattanooga Times Free Press, C2,
Dec. 20, (sub and search), here.
Knox. News Sentinel, Dec. 22, (scroll) here.
and electronic claims files enable State Farm
Insurance to shrink Davidson County presence,
shifting more transactions to Murfreesboro center,
The City Paper, Dec. 18, here.
ValueTech, Comdata benefit from growing use of
e-gift cards, Tennessean, Dec. 18, here.
TalkinAuction offers Voice/Audio for e-Bay, Web
offerings, Tennessean, Dec. 26, 1E, here. City Paper, Dec. 29, p. 11, here.
Omega Consulting Group's
software for title-loan application boosted by
keyword marketing, Nash. Bus. Journal, Dec. 26.
The newly formed
steering committee for Nashville Technology
Council's Software Developers Roundtable meets
for the first time, Wednesday, Jan. 14. For more
information, write here.
Will 2004 be better
for IT? This is the last week you can respond
to the single question in NTC's informal Middle
Tennessee IT Business Confidence Poll, located on
Candidates to become
the state's first Director of Technology reporting
to Tenn. Economic & Community Development
Commissioner Matt Kisber may begin
interviewing as early as this week, though
applications are still being accepted. The job
description is posted
here and candidates
may submit their materials for consideration via
E-mail to Paula
Davis, ECD's assistant commissioner
for policy and administration; or, via the Office
of the Commissioner, Department of Economic &
Community Development TN Tower Building 312 Eighth
Avenue North, 11th Floor Nashville, TN 37243-0405.
For background on this initiative, please see the
NTC News Summary of Oct. 15, 2003, here.
CentreSource has announced new partnerships
and client relationships...with SiteMason (Monsterlabs) to provide
content-rich XML-based website design; and, will
provide tech outsourcing for Junior Achievement of
Middle Tennessee (including JA's Exchange
City); and, for software designer
Caterpillar Financial wins Malcolm Baldrige
Award; CAT resources, here.
Mike Rustici of
Software was named the Young
Professionals Council Member of the Year,
Tennessean, Dec. 28, scroll here.
Cybera Inc. represents
a Nashville VPN play that bears watching,
Nash. Bus. Journal, p. 6, Jan. 2, scroll down
Mike Graham now
vp-logistics for Tractor Supply Co.,
Tennessean, Jan. 2, here.
Steve Tisdell becomes
president of The Compliance
Partners ("Experts in the
Whistleblower Provisions" of SOX) after departing
Nashville Management Group, NashvillePost.com,
Dec. 29, here. Tennessean, Dec. 31, here.
Tim Smith now manages
CRM group at LBMC Technologies, LLC,
Tennessean, Dec. 28, here.
Halcyon Co. founder
Bogue Waller partners at Nash Lipsey Burch
engineered systems, Tennessean, Dec. 25,
Evans to direct
corporate e-business for E.J. Footwear Corp.,
City Paper, Dec. 23, p. 12, scroll here. Tennessean, 5E, Dec.
Steven Kukulka joins
Comframe's NV office as software architect,
Tennessean, Dec. 28, here.
Technologies Inc. (ACT) and Progressive
Technologies develop new offices, City Paper,
p. 20, Dec. 19.
Analyst down on
Business sale to
Lightyear, Tennessean, Jan. 4, here. Private Business sets Jan. 19 for
vote on increasing control by New York's Lightyear
Fund, Nash. Bus. Journal, Dec. 29, here.
Tennessean, 3E, Dec. 30, here.
Fischer urges use of
private funds to commercialize Oak Ridge National
Lab spinoff ventures, Knox. News Sentinel,
Dec. 18, here.
acquisitions prior to its anticipated IPO,
Nash. Bus. Journal, Dec. 23, here.
iPayment raises profit
forecast: iPayment's focus of small merchants,
community banks manifests in a deal with First
Data Corp.'s Merchant Services Sub. for $55M cash,
driven by expanded Bank of America credit. BW
Release, Dec. 22, here. The City Paper, Dec. 23, p. 11,
Tennessean, Dec. 23, here.
attracts $80 million from Vestar,
Thoma Cressey, Nash. Bus. Journal, Jan. 5,
here. NashvillePost.com, Jan. 5, here.
Tennessean, Jan. 6, here.
City Paper, p. 11, Jan. 6, not on web.
WebMD, Medifax deal completed,
Tennessean, Dec. 23, 3E, here.
Verus Financial Management gains assets of Global
eTelecom, Tennessean, 3E, Dec. 18, scroll down
here. Earlier Verus investment story,
Nash. Bus. Journal, Oct. 28, here.
Verus, Payment Data Sys agreement, Nash. Bus.
Journal, Oct. 3, here.
E.W. Scripps appoints
Lansing to head lifestyle media, including Shop At
Home, HGTV, Commercial
and Knox. News Sentinel here,
Jan. 6. Scripps buys balance of Nashville's Shop
At Home, release,
Dec. 19. Coverage: Tennessean,
Appeal, Dec. 20. Summit America
sells balance of Shop At Home to E.W. Scripps Co.,
City Paper, p. 11, Dec.
22. Shop At Home's call center
model relies heavily on at-home operators, City
Paper, p. 11, Dec.
Motion/BlackBerry) RIM earnings report stuns
analysts, ZDNet UK, Dec. 24, here.
Red Hat profitability
continues, Tennessean, Dec. 20, 2E; RH release
rational, less trend-driven this round, Wall
St. Journal, Dec. 22, here. Though 75 high-tech IPOs are
forecast for 2004, investors remain cautious, NY
Times, Dec. 29, here.
Not enough good tech start-up ideas for venture
capitalists; unprofitable hopefuls abound, New
York Times, Dec. 29, here.
Nanotechnologies attracting venture capital, New
York Times, Dec. 22, here.
tells Memphians their city is a linchpin as he
prepares to kick statewide Economic Development
into "overdrive," Commercial Appeal, Jan. 7,
Governor Bredesen seeks comments by Feb. 3 on
whether or not "the State's standard contractor
selection process and fee-for-service contract
terms and conditions are commercially
reasonable..." Interested parties are invited to
comment by various means, as described in Request
for Information 317.07-001, here.
Nation's IT execs meet again Jan. 14, as agreed
with Congressman Adam Putnam (R-FL-12), to discuss
corporate governance in relation to security
issues. A source close to the process told NTC
yesterday that Rep. Putnam seeks by March 3 to
receive from the IT group recommendations
regarding legislation and/or other measures that
might improve cybersecurity, particularly among
corporations. Related background: Wall Street
Journal, Dec. 3, here. The Cybersecurity Summit Alliance
workplan, ITAA summary, Dec. 4, here.
Related: previous Putnam subcommittee hearings,
claims of US
LEC in TRA protest alleging
Caller ID data not adequately updated,
Tennessean, Dec. 19. Sprint sues BellSouth, alleging
caller-ID service abrogation, Tennessean, Dec. 18,
BellSouth appeared before the TRA Jan. 5 to
discuss integrated services, TRA
State Department of
Education hires Public Consulting
Group of Boston for TN
Student Management IS, NashvillePost.com, Dec.
29, here. Tennessean, Jan. 2, here
Knox. News Sentinel, Jan. 2, here.
The Tennessee Lottery
awarded its contract for Financial Accounting
System Products and Services to Crow
Chizek & Company
LLC. Other bidders were LBMC Technologies LLC,
Axis Accounting Systems
Inc., ITA Corporation and Tectura. RFP here.
State RFP 316.08-168
seeks to replace TRICOR
supplier system with hardware, server,
applications software, services package, issued
Dec. 18, due Feb. 3.
recent RFP for Web hosting services attracted nine
bidders, including AT&T, Connetus IT
Solutions, Digex, Eagle Electric, In10sity
Interactive, Inflow, ISDN-Net, Stagistics
Technology, Pacific Western Technologies. Vendor
choice under review. RFP here.
invitation to bid (2051827) on Consilient2
and related services was issued Dec. 19 for a
Jan. 2 bid opening; but, the ITB has been delayed
due to errors in technical specifications and/or
requirements and will be reviewed for possible
readvertisement, according to General
invitation to bid (2050618) on Help Desk Software
was issued Dec. 10 and bids, due yesterday,
are under review, according to General
have applied to join MATRIX
anti-terrorism data exchange, Tennessean, Jan.
1, here. Accompanying Gannett News Service
story not on web. (MATRIX critics posted GNS story
Earlier related stories, Sept. 03: Some states
enlisting in MATRIX to track individuals via
commercial and governmental databases. Tennessee
not listed (9/23) as Matrix member; but, uses
ATIX. AP via NY Times site, Sept. 23, here.
Related, Washington Technology, Sept. 1, here.
Georgia RISS ATIX page, here.
TennCare sent data-verification report to
Legislature afternoon of New Year's Eve 2003,
confirming ChoicePoint's completion of its TennCare
data-verification assignment, covering 1.3 million
enrollees. NashvillePost.com, Dec. 31, here.
Tennessean, Jan. 1, here;
Knox. News Sentinel, Jan. 2, here.
Columnist Chavez criticizes handling of TennCare
analysis, Tennessean, Jan. 7, here.
Earlier story: Scrubbing of TennCare enrolment
data, key to fraud reduction, remains behind
legislators' original unrealistic schedule, City
Paper, p. 6, Dec. 19, here.
Tennessean, 1B, Dec. 19, here.
Earlier Dec. 11 Tennessean story, here.
Bidding for State
Business: Tennessean editorial applauds State's
contracting clearinghouse for minority, women
and small business contractors, Tennessean, 22A,
Motorola drives off
with multimillion-dollar communications upgrade
for Shelby County and City of Memphis,
Commercial Appeal, Dec. 23, scroll here.
issued Request for Information 03-02
on Dec. 19, asking for experienced providers to
indepth information pertaining to Telephone
Billing Services. The information might later
be used to prepare one or more RFPs for
outsourcing telecom BILLING services, which are
budgeted at $4.2 million for the current FY. The
RFI notes that Metro uses J.D. Edwards as
Enterprise Business Software (EBS) for accounting.
Deadline for responses is Feb. 10,
U.S. Sen. Majority
Leader Bill Frist (R-TN) says he'll go to the mat
to fund solid projects, such as Memphis
Biotech Foundation, AP via the Tennessean, 2A,
advancement for Knoxville, thanks to federal
grant (Alexander, Wamp, Duncan), ATTI rel,
Dec. 22, here.
U.S. Rep Bart Gordon
(D-6) tapped as senior Dem on Science Committee,
Jan. 7, 13A, Tennessean, and release here.
Gordon wants U.S. to beat Russian, China, Japan in
colonizing the Moon, Tennessean, 21A, scroll
TN Lottery will kickoff earlier, Jan. 5, Nash.
Bus. Journal, here; NashvillePost.com, here.
General Assembly eyes debate of numerous Lottery
issues, Knox. News Sentinel, Jan. 2, here.
Wireless network positions Lottery to follow
evolution of E-retailing, Knox. News Sentinel,
Dec. 30, here.
Scientific Games' stock jumps as TN Lottery
approaches, Tennessean, Jan. 5, here.
Other vendors might have saved Lottery $23
million, Tennessean, Dec.
21. Paul says reliability, not cost
most important in contracting, Tennessean, Dec.
21. Adding products, services could
drive Lottery operating costs higher, Tennessean,
21. GTECH's combined online and
scratchoff bid was excluded from review,
Tennessean, Dec. 21, 2A, not on web. Notes on
Tennessean's methodology in comparing likely bid
costs, Tennessean, Dec. 21, 2A, not on web. Knox.
News Sentinel, Dec. 22, here.
Government contract and bid information, please
visit the News Summary archive
and the contract-monitoring links that appear
later in this
MUSIC, MEDIA, GAMES
Tomorrow's the King's
Birthday: Elvis sighting, here.
continues re: litigation pending here against
makers of peer-to-peer file-sharing Morpheus.
A conference Dec. 21 with U.S. Magistrate Judge
Joe B. Brown resulted in setting deadlines for
providing documentation, Jan. 19/March 24, with no
further appearance date yet set. Related story,
Dec. 19, City Paper, here.
Anode pushing dynamic
digital signage in FireSign 3.0. Management sees
new markets for product shaping the firm,
Nash. Bus. Journal, p. 3, Jan. 2, here.
UPDATE: Nashvillian Shane Messer, the
young entrepreneur who gained global attention
(and thousands of e-mails) by creating his
Weapons of Mass
game, told NTC Monday he's netted perhaps
$50,000 from sales and licensing in the past three
weeks and is contemplating a sequel to the game.
("Find Osama"?) He has phone interview scheduled
this morning with a Tokyo radio station. Messer is
a former Aladdin global IT director whose dayjob
is IT director for Nashville's Extreme
Beverage. He's also
proprietor of Made to Order
Websites. Earlier stories,
Tennessean, Dec. 22, here;
AP via Knox. News Sentinel, Dec. 16, here.
About the interactive boom, NY Times, Dec. 21,
Comcast seeks to
differentiate based on customer service, Knox.
News Sentinel, Dec. 20, here.
XM Radio among big
winners among 2003 investments, Washington
Post, Jan. 5, here. XM and Sirius: Radio's magic
restored by digital, NY Times, Dec. 26, here;
Dec. 18, here.
Intel to invest $200
million in digital home entertainment and related
technologies, New York Times, Jan. 7, here.
Kroger's sales of
Napster gift cards reflects mainstreaming of
online music, content supply now constraint,
Tennessean, 1E, Dec. 28.
consortium will unveil Music Rights Management
technology in coming weeks, New York Times,
Jan. 5, here. Gap between labels and download
services widens, Washington Post, Dec. 23, here.
Downloading said to decline at end of 2003,
Washington Post, here;
New York Times, here
(Jan. 5). Government terminates online probe of
Pressplay and MusicNet, Washington Post, Dec. 23
and Dec. 24 here. Court rejects RIAA tracking
downloaders, Dec. 19
20, Washington Post. New York
20. The Associated Press, via Tennessean.,
Dec. 20. Wall St. Journal, Dec.
Alex Melendez trains
Learning's sights on
e-learning and management systems, Nash. Bus.
Journal, P.1, Dec. 19-25, here.
By employing BellSouth
TV-1, linked to Vyvx
fiber-optic resources, Vanderbilt's VUStar
service offers campus experts live, virtually
on-demand for national and international
television news coverage, City Paper, p. 4, Dec.
DigiScript Chief Knowledge Officer Jeff
McCormack writes about using technology to
sustain, enhance learning, Nash. Bus. Journal,
p. 17, Dec. 19-25, here.
Inc., a healthcare learning-management systems
provider, allies with Omaha-based
eMedicine.com Inc., producer of peer-reviewed
medical knowledge base, allowing NetLearning to
offer eMedicine's CE courses for hospital-based
professionals. BW release, Dec. 23.
Music City Miracles
program: Dell-Metro Schools IT partnership gives
enrollees more reason to stay in school, Green
Hills News, p. 11, Dec. 25 ('03), not on web.
Earlier related story, The City Paper (9/20/02),
studied together in NSF-funded initiative led by
VU in Metro schools, release Jan. 2, here.
Board gets $3M federal Labor
grant for higher-skills training, Tennessean,
3E, Dec. 19, scroll here. Tennessean, Jan. 1, here.
From 2nd Ave. offices,
Dominic & Irvine Research study buying
influentials indepth for GE Medical,
MedAssets, Philips Medical, others. Nash. Bus.
Journal, p. 7, Jan. 2, here.
Blue Cross Blue
Shield of TN
cites dramatic ROI from implementation of ViPS MC
Source (tm) care-management decision-support
solution, release, Jan. 6, here.
CTI Molecular execs
form Trident Molecular and Market Relevance
medtech-oriented market research firms, Knox.
News Sentinel, Dec. 29, here.
system at VU Children's Hospital improves
accuracy, Tennessean, Jan. 5, here. Nash. Bus. Journal, Jan. 5, here.
Rural healthcare goes
high tech, Tennessean, Jan. 2, here.
medicine requires changes in docs' and patients'
behaviors, Tennessean, 1E, Dec. 22.
IT must reflect every
facet of hospital operations, says influential
Hummel of Sutter Health, Information Week,
Dec. 22, here. Hospitals get smarter as
quality-of-care emphasis rises, supported by IT,
Wall St. Journal, Dec.
Consumer HIT: Using
the Web for healthcare and medical
information, UT Info. Sciences, via Knox. News
Sentinel, Dec. 22, here. Bedside computers for patients
help them stay in touch with family, Tennessean,
Jim Phillips of FedEx
Institute of Technology
at U. Memphis is forecast by Information Week to
be one of IT's most influential persons in
2004, Information Week, Dec. 22, here.
forecasts capital spending, Memphis Business
Journal, Jan. 6, here.
Union Planters warns
clients not to enter data at false website,
Tennessean, Jan. 7, scroll here.
SCB's Remtech division
wins U.S. Navy IT contract, Commercial Appeal,
Dec. 25, here.
Californian 3D Systems
Corp. snatches CFO from Memphis firm Thomas &
Betts; Memphis Bus. Journal, Dec. 29, here.
2004 budgets suggest technology-spending freeze
has thawed, Knox. News Sentinel, Jan. 5, here.
lagging the nation, Knox. News Sentinel, Jan.
less rate hit high point in November 2003, Tennessean, Dec. 24, 1E, here.
Nashville job-growth rate
lags TN's major metros, according to BLS, The
Leveraging tech and
biotech among the keys to 2004 success,
according to Memphis Chamber leader, Commercial
Appeal, Jan. 4, here.
Memphis' Teksell Inc.
targets firms without IT departments, moves
beyond repurposing salvaged equipment, Memphis
Bus. Journal, Jan. 5, here.
ingenuity with surplus technology breeds new
products, Commercial Appeal, Dec. 30, here.
FedEx Corp. logistics
is an exercise in controlled chaos, New York
Times, Dec. 21, here. (Story also appeared on 1E,
Tennessean, Dec. 21.)
advantage threatened by upstarts Indianapolis and
Louisville, as well as Dallas/Atlanta,
Commercial Appeal, Dec. 28, here.
BellSouth gains 3.4
million for long-distance service; Cingular IPO in
the offing? Knox. News Sentinel, Dec. 30,
Pomeroy IT Solutions
(Ky.) Microsoft Certified Partner for Security
Solutions, Jan. 5, release.
CIOs surveyed say they
like to try-out IT pros on projects or contracts,
before considering hiring them, Robert Half
Assocs. survey, Jan. 6, here. AMA surveys shows improving hiring
outlook for '04, Jan. 6, Nash. Bus. Journal, here.
foreign engineers are staying in America, says Oak
Ridge National Laboratory study, Knox. News
Sentinel, Dec. 21.
Michael Dell foresees
increased IT spending, Reuters via City Paper,
p. 13, Dec. 30, not on web. Reuters in Toronto
Star, Dec. 30, here. Columnist sees execs' optimism
growing, Wall St. Journal, Jan. 6, (sub) here.
compliance less dependent on IT automation,
CIO Magazine, (12/03), here.
corporate governance, whistleblowers webpage,
Goal: 100 million U.S.
homes @ 100 megabytes/second: Networks and routers may be hard
to recognize in the future: Thinkers mulling the
next big Internet leap, Wall St. Journal, Dec.
Pace of VOIP
conversion slower than some forecast, NY
Times, Dec. 24, here. VOIP technology may be "next
Napster," but needed software is still airware,
Wall Street Journal, Dec. 29, (sub) here.
intersection creates business opportunities and
privacy issues, NY Times, Dec. 21. Automobile telematics system could
be target of federal wiretaps, NY Times, Dec.
21. Stalking someone using
Internet, AP via Knox. News Sentinel, Dec. 22,
GPS tracking devices in autos, tires might
threaten privacy, NY Times, Dec. 29, here.
IT'S BACK! The NTC & WilliamsonWorks
TECH AFTER HOURS, Tuesday, Jan. 27th,
2004- Franklin Marriott
Cool Springs, 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Join NTC's
most popular business networking and exhibit
event. Register now to establish your company's
presence in this high-energy gathering of tech
execs. The details are right here!
Monitoring Metro and
State Requests for Proposals and Bids
Tennessee Lottery, here.
Lottery procurement policies, here.
University of Tennessee
UT contracts list, here.
TN Board of Regents IT
City of Memphis, here.
Shelby County, here.
City of Chattanooga,
(Jan. 8) AITP
Nashville, "Legal Aspects of Web Development,"
Bill Welch, ITT, details on this and future
meetings in 2004, here.
(Jan. 8) Nashville
Technology Council Tech Roundtable, Shaun
Carrigan, President & CEO, NetContent
Inc., "How businesses are using information
content services to educate
employees, build customer
relationships and increase sales." Social, 5 p.m.;
Dinner, 6 p.m.; Program, 6:45 p.m. Details, here.
(Jan. 12) Northeast TN
Tech Council, 1:30 p.m. EST, Kingsport,
Presenters: Alex Fischer, Director, Technology
Tranfer and Economic Development and Dr. Terry
Payne, Manager of Economic Development and
Partnerships Technology Transfer and Economic
Development, Oak Ridge NL.
(Jan. 15) InfraGard of
MidTN: Andy Bedlack, Wackenhut Security on
"Physical Security," Belmont's Massey School of
Business, 4th floor. 2-4 p.m., details here.
(Jan. 27) Tech After
Hours networking event returns, Jan. 27th!
Cohosted by NTC/WilliamsonWorks, Cool Springs
Marriott, from 4:30 p.m. Events details, here.
Exhibit info, write here.
(Jan. 27) NE Tennessee
Technology Council annual meeting, 8 a.m.,
Kingsport, details here. Speaker: James Human, Data
Solutions Mgr., Verizon
(Jan 28) - East TN
Tech Council, Alan Hammersmith, CIO at CTI
Molecular Imaging, "Taming Killer Projects,"
details here or
or (865) 220-2020.
(Feb. 2) Tennessee
Governor Phil Bredesen's "State of the State
(Feb. 5) NTC Tech
Roundtable, University Club,
(Feb. 12) AITP
Nashville -Implementing Enterprise Wide
Software, Neal Ashmun - Gallagher Financial
Systems, Sheraton Music City Hotel, details here.
(Feb. 25) East TN Tech
Council, Jeff Wadsworth, Director of Oak Ridge
Nat. Lab., details
or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
or (865) 220-2020.
(March 4) NTC Tech
Roundtable, University Club,
(March 11) AITP
Nashville - Field Trip,Tennesse Titans, Russ
Hudson, IT Director, Sheraton Music City Hotel,
(April 1) NTC Tech
Roundtable, University Club,
(April 8) AITP
Nashville - Starting Your Own IT Business, Bob
Chaput - American Technology Group, Sheraton Music
City Hotel, details here.
(May 6) NTC Tech
Roundtable, University Club,
(June 1-3) Tennessee
Valley Corridor Summit,
(June 3) NTC Tech
Roundtable, University Club,
(2004) Owen GSM
Vanderbilt University, Executive Programs
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