|When:||Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2011, Noon - 2 PM|
|Place:||The Penn Club, 30 West 44th Street, New York, NY|
|Reservations:||Call Sam Koslowsky at (212) 520-3259 or email him.|
|Cost:|| $50 for non-members, $40 for
$5 surcharge for walk-in without reservation.
|Topic:||Superior Business Intelligence through Algebraic Optimization|
Algebraix Technology Overview
Doing the Math
Podcast: Talking With Algebraix
|Abstract:||Corporate cloud-based systems are introducing a paradigm shift in the future of data management and business intelligence.
The complexity of relational and non-relational data coupled with exponential data growth within the cloud exceeds the capability of existing systems and support staff.
Algebraic optimization is the only solution to this problem.
Christopher M. Piedmonte Chris is a software entrepreneur with a 30-year track record of creating innovative products and solutions to problems addressed by complex enterprise information technology systems.
Since co-founding ADC in 2004, Chris has established himself as the world's leading expert on the application of extended set mathematics to information technology systems design and development. To date, six patents have been granted to ADC based on Chris' innovative work in the applications of extended set mathematics to data management for business intelligence, decision support, data mining and heterogeneous system integration.
Prior to Algebraix Data, Chris was the founder and CEO of Eagle Creek Systems, a software product development and enterprise information technology consulting company based in San Diego, California. While at Eagle Creek Systems, he and his team developed cutting edge products in the financial, insurance, brokerage, medical and publishing fields for companies such as Dow Jones/Telerate, Blue Cross, Citibank, Canon, Sony, American Honda Motors, Harcourt, Pitney-Bowes and many others.
Prior to Eagle Creek Systems, Chris was the Vice-President of Software Engineering for MOS Scale International, the pioneers of electronic retail terminals for the USPS and the shipping and mailing industry. While at MOS Scale, Chris and his team designed and developed the first integrated retail terminal for the US Postal Service, as well as their first electronic postage printers, stamp stock control and express mail tracking systems.
Chris holds a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.