ScotlandIS News | 12.08.2016
With only eight weeks to go, ScotSoft 2016 is shaping up to be bigger and better than ever. This year's event will offer unparalleled access to the insight and expertise of this year's impressive line up of speakers.
Our exhibition will also give you the chance to network with some of Scotland's leading businesses. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn first-hand about the many varied organisations operating in Scotland’s thriving tech sector, and how they could be useful to your business.
Here's part one of our crib sheet to help you plan your visit:
Scotland’s largest mobile app development company is headquartered in Stirling and has a global network, including an office in Mumbai and developers in mainland Europe. DOGFI.SH Mobile works in house to deliver enterprise level scalable mobile solutions for clients including the NHS, First Choice and LEGOLAND Windsor Resort. Paul Burrows, CTO, will also be speaking about Nodemill at our Developers' conference.
Crowned Scotland’s Best Employer in 2015, leading Scottish data centre provider brightsolid works in partnership with businesses of all sizes to deliver cost-saving technology for agile, collaborative ways of working. Certified for Azure hybrid cloud, brightsolid provides world-class clouds with a regional, personal approach from Tier III data centres in Aberdeen and Dundee. In 2015 brightsolid migrated Aberdeen City Council's entire IT estate to its private cloud in just six weeks.
Helping to meet industry demand for skilled workers, e-placement Scotland matches students with relevant work placements. This helps those who are taking their first steps into the industry develop their employability skills and gaina better understanding of the workplace. Employers also benefit tremendously, gaining access to a pool of skilled and motivated workers. In 2015, it celebrated reaching 1000 paid placements in just five years.
KAL ATM Software
Whether you know it or not, you will almost certainly have interacted with KAL's software in your daily life. As a global leader in ATM software, KAL provides solutions for bank ATMs, self-service kiosks and bank branch networks, reducing operating costs and setting the standard for the next generation of retail banking operations. Based in Edinburgh, KAL has a multinational workforce and offices around the world. Nick Maunder, COO, will be speaking about building a global business at our Global Forum.
Scot Tech Engagement
In a world where our interactions are increasingly dominated by technology, Scot Tech Engagement is working to bring people together within Scotland's tech community to exchange knowledge and collaborate. Its events, which have included Oil and Gas ICT Leader and Scot-Cloud, provide a platform for industry-related discussion, connecting leading innovators from industry, academia and government to explore the transformational value of information and digital technology.
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