Quintiq "World Tour Stop" in Philadelphia tomorrow (the 15th) at Cira Center





Tom Paine




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Quintiq, the supply chain planning and optimization software firm whose US headquarters is in Radnor, will be holding its "World Tour Stop" in Philadelphia tomorrow (October 15). The tour will bring together leaders in supply chain, logistics, operations, production, and resource planning, as well as professionals in the metals, rail, oil & gas, and aviation industries.

The event, co-hosted by SupplyChainBrain, will be held from 8am to 7pm at Cira Center, Philadelphia. Registration (free) here.

Quintiq was acquired this summer by Dassault Systemes of France for about $330 million(see my writeup about the deal).

Quintiq CEO Dr. Victor Allis, Quintiq Solution Architect Eric Pearson, and several prominent industry experts will be speaking.


Post event, Quintiq put together a Storify showing highlights from its "World Tour Stop" Philadelphia:



Links 10/14/2014: IBM, SAP partner on cloud computing; Deloitte adds Boomi integration to CloudMix



Fired PwC employee breached firm's ethics in Comcast complaints
(Silicon Valley Business Journal)

Salesforce.com Speeds App Development With Lightning (Information Week)

Salesforce Takes On Tableau, Oracle In Analytics
(Investor's Business Daily)

SAP gives on-premises software customers assurances, even as it pushes the cloud (PCWorld)

In the cloud: SAP, Unisys sign hardware-software deal (Philly.com: Philly Deals)



SAP Hana Platform Hits IBM Cloud (Information Week)

IBM, SAP to partner on cloud computing for businesses (Fortune)



Deloitte Adds Boomi Integration To CloudMix
(Information Week)


What giant companies WON’T put in the cloud (Network
World)

Google targets Amazon with new delivery service (LA Times)
And ShopRunner, as well.

Aereo investors have not yet given up the ghost (Fortune)