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TIBCO to Host Destination Digital Roundtable Series Featuring Independent Guest Analysts

Four-Part Online Thought Leadership Series to Examine Key Components of Digital Business Transformation, Including Business and Technology Requirements, Best Practices, and Steps to Fast Track Implementation

PALO ALTO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/09/16 -- TIBCO Software Inc., a global leader in integration, analytics, and event processing, today announced a Destination Digital online roundtable series, featuring guest industry analysts from Forrester Research and select TIBCO customers, industry thought leaders and experts. Kicking off on February 18th, the four-part online webinar series will explore how businesses can better adapt to ever-changing industry environments by using intelligent technologies and digital transformation tactics. Sessions will examine the business and technology requirements, best practices and steps for accelerating the transformation to digital business, including API management, IoT analytics, cloud-native, and more.

"Every company now understands that the transformation into digital business is key to their survival, but that doesn't mean they have the expertise or resources available to undertake this type of organizational shift, " said Matt Quinn, executive vice president of products & technology and chief technology officer, TIBCO. "Our aim with the roundtable series is to provide attendees with trusted best practices for making the move to a digital business from industry experts."

The Destination Digital online roundtable series will consist of the following webinars, each featuring a guest speaker from Forrester:

  • Stepping into the Digital Age - Thursday, February 18th, 11 am CET, 11 am ET, 11 am PT - Register Now
    • Participants:
      • Guest Speaker Martin Gill, VP and principal analyst, Forrester Research;
      • Andi Azzolina, director of shared development services, JetBlue Airways;
      • Michael O'Connell, chief analytics officer, TIBCO; and
      • Robert Zazueta, director of digital strategy, TIBCO.
    • Join this roundtable discussion to learn about:
      • The latest findings on how leading firms are changing their approach to designing and delivering applications and services in the digital age;
      • Examples of how companies have transformed into digital businesses; and
      • The types of new applications that are possible in a digital world.
  • Enabling your digital business through APIs - Thursday, February 25th, 11 am CET, 11 am ET, 11 am PT - Register Now
    • Participants:
      • Guest Speaker Randy Heffner, VP and principal analyst, Forrester Research;
      • John Musser, CEO, API Science; and
      • Tameez Sunderji, digital strategist, TIBCO.
    • Join this roundtable discussion to learn about:
      • How to enable your company for digital success;
      • How opening your data through APIs can result in increased ROI and revenue gains;
      • Real-world examples and success stories; and
      • How various business models align with different API program strategies.
  • How IoT analytics can drive competitive advantage - Thursday, March 3rd, 11 am CET, 11 am ET, 11 am PT - Register Now
    • Participants:
      • Guest Speaker Mike Gualtieri, principal analyst, Forrester Research;
      • Daniel Gutierrez, managing editor, insideBIGDATA;
      • Michael O'Connell, chief analytics officer, TIBCO; and
      • Robert Zazueta, director of digital strategy, TIBCO.
    • Join this roundtable discussion to learn about:
      • How business intelligence and advanced analytics help you gain deeper digital insights;
      • How event processing and operational intelligence systems enable you to identify opportunities and threats as they occur; and
      • How dynamic business processes allow you to act on the digital moment.
  • Going to Cloud? Here's what you'll change and why - Thursday, March 17th, 11 am CET, 11 am ET, 11 am PT - Register Now
    • Participants:
      • Guest Speaker John Rymer, VP and principal analyst, Forrester Research;
      • Sam Ramji, CEO, Cloud Foundry Foundation;
      • TBD speaker from Pivotal;
      • Matt Quinn, EVP products & technology and CTO, TIBCO; and
      • Robert Zazueta, director of digital strategy, TIBCO.
    • Join this roundtable discussion to learn about:
      • How to be more agile and scale;
      • The benefits of being able to focus on innovation and not plumbing;
      • How to bring new products and capabilities to market in weeks, not months or years; and
      • How to reduce total cost of ownership.

To learn more and register for the Destination Digital online roundtable series, visit www.tibco.com/destination-digital/roundtable. Registering for one roundtable ensures you will be automatically pre-enrolled in all future roundtables in the series.

About TIBCO
TIBCO Software empowers executives, developers, and business users with Fast Data solutions that make the right data available in real time for faster answers, better decisions, and smarter action. Over the past 15 years, thousands of businesses across the globe have relied on TIBCO technology to integrate their applications and ecosystems, analyze their data, and create real-time solutions. Learn how TIBCO turns data -- big or small -- into differentiation at www.tibco.com.

TIBCO and the TIBCO logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of TIBCO Software Inc. and/or its subsidiaries in the United States and/or other countries. All other product and company names and marks mentioned in this document are the property of their respective owners and are mentioned for identification.

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TIBCO Software Inc.
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