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Workshop and Social - Technology Adoption Cycle and Commercialization
Date: March 30, 2012
Time: 12:00 PM
Location: Bossone Research Enterprise Building, Room: Room 709

Tolga Erkmen
ICCE Systems

You are cordially invited to attend a special Biomed Workshop Seminar on “Technology Adoption Cycle and Commercialization” by Tolga Erkmen, scheduled for Friday, March 30, 2012 at 12:00PM in Bossone 709 (Bossone is located on Market Street between 31st and 32nd Streets.)

This informal/interactive workshop will be focused on technology adoption lifecycle and commercialization processes and stages including discussion of the following topics:

1. Understanding Technology Adoption Lifecycle
2. Project vs Products
3. Commercialization
4. Business Expansion


Tolga Erkmen is an entrepreneur, internationally-known speaker with over 20 years extensive experience in mission critical systems, new ventures and strategic planning. He founded two technology companies – ICCE Systems, a technology product and business development company, and Netsco, a software company specializing in large-scale enterprise solutions for Fortune 500 firms, government and military organizations – growing the latter to successful acquisition in 2004. In addition, he helped start and served as CIO for a dynamic healthcare technology company. Recognized as a pioneer in the concepts of Internet-based enterprise applications, he implemented one of the first Java-based command control communication infrastructures. He has designed and successfully managed over 50 international programs and product commercialization ranging from two to 500 million dollars. Erkmen holds a B.S. in business and marketing and an M.S. in Computer Science with a concentration in Artificial Intelligence. He is an active Rotarian and past president of Cary MacGregor Rotary Club.

The Bossone Research Enterprise Center is located at the corner of 32nd and Market Streets.

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