"IBM's Portal Strategy: Portal Website
Directions & Partnering Opportunities"
TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 2002
By Mr. Larry Bowden
Vice President, e-Portal Solutions
Open to the Public. 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
$20 fee, payable in cash or check day of program.
5:00 - 6:00 p.m.: Registration & Networking.
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.: Program. Beverage and light food will be served.
Registration highly recommended due to limited seating.
Beverage and light food will be served.
At this program, Challenge-the-Expert,
come hear about IBM's portal strategy during the first hour from
Mr. Bowden. Audience participants, during the second hour, will
have the opportunity to interact with Mr. Bowden and question him
on how IBM can assist your company with its Website and portal needs.
Partnering opportunities with IBM will also be highlighted during
ABOUT LARRY BOWDEN
Larry Bowden is Vice President,
e-Portal Solutions, IBM Corporation, where he is responsible for
leading IBM's Portal strategy, development, marketing, partnerships,
and services. Prior to taking on his current role, Mr. Bowden was
director of development for IBM Content Management products at Santa
Teresa Laboratories where he directed a virtual development laboratory
distributed across several large and small development sites and
a significant work from home population. Previously, he was IBM
Director of Marketing for Data Management where he focused on launching
IBM Business Intelligence, Document Management, and DB2 Universal
A native of California, Mr. Bowden first began working for IBM
in San Jose as a Co-Op out of high school and was hired into IBM
Research after benefiting from the IBM education programs to acquire
his college training while working full time for IBM. He holds a
Bachelor of Science degree in engineering and Master of Business
Administration, both from the University of Denver. He currently
works out of the Silicon Valley area in the IBM Santa Teresa facility.
strives to lead in the creation, development and manufacture of
the industry's most advanced information technologies, including
computer systems, software, networking systems, storage devices,
and microelectronics. IBM's worldwide network of solutions and service
professionals translate these advanced technologies into business
value for its customers.
Registration by email
is no longer being accepted. Those interested in attending should
come to the Center this evening and register at the door.