Look Who’s Coming to Connect!

December 17, 2018 6:17 am PST | Data as a Service

Registration is open for Tyler Connect, the Socrata annual user conference!

Socrata Connect — now called Tyler Connect — is set for April 7 to April 10 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center and Omni in Dallas. The conference includes more than 1,100 classes, workshops, and in-depth training sessions.

Tyler Connect is a great opportunity to gain knowledge, make connections, share a vision, and be inspired. 

Socrata sessions will include a full-lineup of education courses, data training, classes, and thought leadership. Take advantage of a $250 discount on registration through February 11, 2019. Click here to register and reserve your seat for the topics and classes most important to you. 

Attendees will hear from Los Angeles Controller Ron Galperin on how his team uses data strategically, as well from Martine van Heijnsbergen and Gert Jan Holland, of Dienst Wegverkeer — the Netherlands’ national authority for vehicle administration and transportation. Martine and Gert Jan will share how they use APIs to manage time and resources on transportation issues effective 95 percent of the municipalities in the Netherlands.

Other speakers in the thought leadership series include:

  • Evan Allred, Information Technology Services Manager, City of Mesa, Ariz.
  • Ginger Armbruster, Chief Privacy Officer, City of Seattle, Wash.
  • Gina Belleau, Project Coordination and Control Section Manager, of Hawaii Department of Transportation
  • Julie Demuth, Finance and Performance Management Administrator, Pierce County, Wash.
  • Ed Kelly, Statewide Data Coordinator, Texas Department of Information Resources
  • Tyler Kleykamp, Chief Data Officer, State of Connecticut
  • Jean Ann Lawson, Chief Performance Officer, City of Kansas City, Mo.
  • Charles Purma, IT Project Manager, City of Austin, Tex.
  • Anna Roach,Chief Operating Officer, Fulton County, Ga.
  • Mike Rowicki, Assistant to the Chief Financial Officer, Fulton County, Ga.
  • Mike Sarasti,CIO and Director of Innovation & Technology, City of Miami, Fla.
  • Jamila Siller, Business Process Consultant, City of Austin, Tex.
  • Debbie Volk, StPeteStat Coordinator, City of St. Petersburg, Fla.
  • Janet Woolum, Performance Administrator, City of Mesa, Ariz.

 

Early bird registration is now open for Tyler Connect, featuring Socrata education classes, Data Academy courses, and thought leadership. Click here to register.


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