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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

Speaker(s):
Tolga Erkmen
President
ICCE Systems

Details:
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



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Biosketch:
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.

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

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