Users go free at Triple i convention

Suppliers pay, users go free. This formula, echoing that devised by Richmond Events for its on-board cruises for IT directors,...

Suppliers pay, users go free. This formula, echoing that devised by Richmond Events for its on-board cruises for IT directors, has been adopted by the land-locked Triple i Convention which runs from 19-21 September.

The British Computer Society's IT users' group, Elite, has linked up with the Financial Times and Penton Media for this high-level IT strategy conference, covering IT infrastructure, applications integration, integrating IT with the business and integrating third-party suppliers.

The event takes place at the Celtic Manor resort in Wales, a few miles from the Severn Bridge.

The name, Triple i stands for IT, integration and inspiration, and speakers include David Weymouth, chief information officer of Barclays Bank, and IT heads of organisations such as BNFL, NHS, Associated Newspapers, Co-operative Group, Halcrow Group, as well as speakers from Sun Microsystems, Oracle, Microsoft and IBM.

Other Elite Group events this autumn include the annual conference on 10 November, and a group lunch on 1 December, both in London.

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