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Hone skills and get inspired at Think 2020

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Networking, meetings, and listening to IBM leaders announce new innovative solutions often top the list of why you should attend Think; IBM’s premier business and technology conference. But don’t forget about the extraordinary opportunity to boost your skills and education.

Think attendees acquire hands-on experience with the latest advancements in open technologies from hybrid multicloud to data and AI.

The educational opportunities are the primary reason Executive Chairman of Certus Solutions Brian Allen sends his team to Think. “Every year, we look at our investment in THINK for our technical personnel, and every year we send technical personnel to THINK because there’s value, particularly with our thought leaders and top technical personnel in dealing with the university subjects that are at THINK and also dealing with the subject matter experts which we don’t otherwise have access to in Australia and New Zealand” Allen explained.

IBM understands the value of education, so we redesigned the curriculum for Think 2020 to get to the heart of your business concerns and technical needs. Visit the Think Academy page to see how you can build your credentials at Think.

You can save on registration using your vouchers. If you don’t have a voucher you can save $500 with super saver registration. More discounts may be available so discover Think 2020 and register today.

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