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The Year of the Internet of Things
A Centriq Training Workshop

Oakwood and Centriq Training kick off the 2015 workshop series on The Internet of Things.

Join us for a half day interactive workshop on the Internet of Things for the Retail, Manufacturing and Healthcare industries. This complimentary, hands-on event will go beyond the simple trend and delve into specific ways you can leverage the IoT to transform your business.

February 26th, 2015 | 9:00AM - 11:30 AM CST.
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Not just a trend
When trillions of things can be connected, which things should you connect? The Internet of Your Things has the potential to give businesses a competitive edge. The best part? The Internet of Things is not complicated when you start small and build the big picture incrementally.

In this session, you'll learn how you can incorporate the right technology to grow your business - and bottom line.
  • Improve customer / patient experiences
  • Generate new revenue opportunities
  • Service cost reduction
  • Improve applications and data
  • Mobile operations
Complimentary breakfast provided.

For more information on speakers, sessions and registration - click below.
February 26th, 2015 | 9AM - 11:30AM

Centriq Training
8700 State Line Road, Suite 200
Lenexa, KS 66206
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What else?
In addition to learning about the Internet of things, you can:
  • Win door prizes and earn some cool tech swag
  • Mingle with other KC business leaders - find out how they are using the IoT
  • Enjoy a complimentary breakfast
  • Talk one-on-one with speakers before and after their presentations.
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