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Cloud9 Analytics CTO to Speak at Cloud Computing Expo

Wiener’s presentation, titled, “Using the Cloud to Deliver Role-Based Business Intelligence”

Cloud9 Analytics, the leading provider of on-demand dynamic pipeline management solutions, today announced that its Chief Technology Officer, Scott Wiener, will speak on role-based business intelligence (BI) at the 2nd International Cloud Computing Conference and Expo in New York City March 30-April 1, 2009. The event’s theme, “Triumph Over the Recession – Connect Yourself to the Cloud in ‘09” is designed to provide global IT leaders with the resources, ideas, and information they need to use emerging cloud computing technologies to cut costs while delivering ever more value to their organizations.

Wiener’s presentation, titled, “Using the Cloud to Deliver Role-Based Business Intelligence” is scheduled to begin at 4:50 PM on Tuesday, March 31, and will explore the delivery of massively scalable, cloud-based IT capabilities that align with users’ individual roles within a business in order to significantly impact productivity and the bottom line. Wiener will also discuss the rise of on-demand, role-based business BI – BI that is not only delivered in the cloud, but also pre-configured to meet the unique needs of individual sales, marketing, and operations professionals.

For more information, visit www.cloudcomputingexpo.com

About Cloud9 Analytics
Cloud9 Analytics is the global leader in on demand performance management solutions delivered directly to line-of-business managers. The company’s initial product, Cloud9 Dynamic Pipeline Management Suite for salesforce.com, enables sales leaders to more effectively manage their opportunities and teams. The result is a dramatic increase in deal conversion rates, higher CRM adoption, and improved forecast accuracy. Powered by patented row-level database technology, Cloud9’s applications deliver value in just 24 hours and require zero installation, zero maintenance and zero IT support. Cloud9's customers include GENBAND, Data Domain, Ryder, Yahoo!, and Siemens. The company is headquartered in San Mateo, California. For more information, please visit www.cloud9analytics.com.

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