THE PREMIER AUTO-ID SALON:
"What are Our Greatest Technology Challenges
in This Market Space?"
THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 2003
5:00 p.m. Networking. 5:25 - 7:00 p.m. Salon. Open to the Public.
$15 fee at the door (cash or check). No charge to Center's Sponsors.
See Below for Registration Information.
Please join us for our premier World Internet Salon focused on
the technology issues facing the expansion of Automated Identification
technologies throughout business and other industries. This will
be our "kick off" Salon to help delineate the key technology factors
facing the industry. Subsequent Salons will delve into specific
technological and business areas that our Valley innovators can
grapple with and solve.
We will begin the discussion with a short presentation by the
Salon Master of the evening, Mr. Dinesh Vadhia. We expect to discuss:
- ePC (electronic product code) reader software
- Massive (dynamic data) scalability
- Giving ERP applications access to this dynamic data
- Product information databases
- Security issues
WHAT IS A "SALON?"
A Salon is a gathering of innovators specifically interested and
conversant in the topic of the evening. We will begin with 25 minutes
of networking and then convene everyone for a facilitated conversation
around the theme. All are welcome. We expect a very technologically
savvy group to participate. Beverages and snacks will be served.
ABOUT DINESH VADHIA
Our first Salon will be led by Mr. Dinesh Vadhia, an entrepreneur
currently raising VC finance for a software company in the Auto-ID
market. His interest and passion for the Auto-ID technology was
flamed while at Sun Microsystems. Mr. Vadhia has been a Senior Global
Product Marketing management professional at Oracle and Sun with
a proven winning track record in the competitive enterprise software
Mr. Vadhia has a background in engineering, product management,
product marketing, and project management. Originally from London,
England, he received an MSc and BSc in Applied Math from Cranfield
Institute of Technology and the University of Kent.
To contact Mr. Vadhia, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
or call him directly at (650) 996.4927.
To register in advance, please email your name, title, and company
Ms. Claire Kahrobaie
Manager, Client Services