schedule some time to talk with us one on one with a search problem you might be having, at #ESS12
We are pleased to announce that we will be attending the Enterprise Search Summit in Washington, DC on October 17-19, 2012. The conference will be held at the Renaissance Washington, DC Hotel. The theme for the conference is “Strategies to Hit Your Moving Targets” and discusses ‘ issues of findability, open source, cloud search, best practices, and other topics of concern to search practitioners.’ From TNR, Michael McIntosh, VP of Search Technology will be attending, along with Director of Business Development Karen Lynn.
Additionally, we will be attending the inaugural DC Search Meetup Group on Wednesday, Oct 17 from 6:30-8. The topic for the Meetup is “What’s Your Search Story.” We’re looking forward to meeting new friends and colleagues during both events.
If you’d like to schedule some time to talk with us one on one with a search problem you might be having, simple email us at Karen@tnrglobal.com or DM us via Twitter @TNRGlobal . We’ll also be tweeting live from the conference using hashtag #ESS12.
Introduce yourself if you happen to make the conference, we’re happy to meet you!
TNR Global will be attending the Western Mass Service Provider Meetup at the Western Mass Business Expo at the Mass Mutual Center in Springfield, MA on Thursday, Oct 11th, 2012
A representative from TNR Global will be attending the Western Mass Service Provider Meetup at the Western Mass Business Expo at the Mass Mutual Center in Springfield, MA on Thursday, Oct 11th, 2012. Please contact us if you’d like to set up a time to chat with us about your search/query, web development or cloud computing needs for your business. We are available after the Meetup at 12PM until that afternoon. We will also have literature available at the Meetup.
We’re looking forward to discussing how the right search solution can save your company money and make your website more responsive to users.
Strange Loop is a multi-disciplinary conference that aims to bring together the developers and thinkers building tomorrow’s technology
TNR Global developers will be in attendance at the Strangeloop Conference held at the Peabody Opera House in St. Louis, MO September 23 through 25th, 2012.
Strangeloop is a relatively new conference and was born in 2009. From their website:
Strange Loop is a multi-disciplinary conference that aims to bring together the developers and thinkers building tomorrow’s technology in fields such as emerging languages, alternative databases, concurrency, distributed systems, mobile development, and the web.
The conference has a heavy focus on tech and not process. The conference is so popular it has sold out.
To follow the official Twitter stream from Strangeloop, you can do so at @strangeloop_stl
We always find these conference are a great way to network with other search professionals facing the same challenges.
Hadley, MA August 15, 2012 TNR Global announced today that they plan to attend the Enterprise Search Summit this fall in Washington, DC. The conference is being held at the Marriott Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel October 17-19th, 2012.
At the conference representatives from TNR are looking forward to networking with peers and learning the latest trends in the realm of Enterprise Search and big data. The conference’s theme “Strategies to hit your moving targets” will feature talks on findability, open source, cloud search, best practices, and other topics. Attending the conference will be Michael McIntosh, VP of Search Technology and Karen E. Lynn, Director of Business Development.
“We always find these conference are a great way to network with other search professionals facing the same challenges. It’s a great way to exchange valuable information and build relationships with peers and potential clients.” said Lynn. We’re especially interested in learning how the market is evolving in terms of emerging technologies and current solutions. We are currently focused on migration from commercial to open source search, managing large data sets or “big data,” as well as learning more about what users need in their search solution.”