Y2K: Start the Party or Sound the Dirge?
Crown Plaza-Cabaña Hotel, Palo Alto
4290 El Camino Real
Tel (650) 857-0787
There is a $15.00 charge for non-sponsors.
No reservations required.
The magic date of January 1, 2000 is nearly upon us and no one is really sure what (if anything) is going to happen as a result of the Y2K bug. This panel session brings together several panelists with extensive experience in various aspects of Y2K remediation who will speak about their own specific work as well as offer their perspective on broader issues. We hope to have a lively and enjoyable discussion with lots of audience participation.
Lee Marley, Practice Director, ALM Consulting, email@example.com
Barbara Sudlow, Manager, Customer Relations, Hewlett-Packard Company, firstname.lastname@example.org
William Ulrich, President of Tactical Strategy Group, Inc., email@example.com
Amelia Lee Marley (Lee) is the Practice Director for ALM Consulting located in San Carlos, California. ALM Consulting specializes in building project management infrastructure for large health care organizations. Lee has twenty years of experience in the health care information technology field. Her background includes six years as a CIO, six years of project management for an applications vendor, and eight years as a consultant. Most recently, she served as the project director for UCSF Stanford Health Care to establish their year 2000 project plan.
Barbara Sudlow is customer relations manager for Hewlett-Packard's Year 2000 Program Office. She oversees the database for Y2K compliance status of more than 100,000 Hewlett-Packard products. She is a 17-year veteran of HP with a focus on customer advocacy throughout her career. Barbara has held a variety of management positions in customer relations, major accounts and program management. Barbara holds a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Illinois and an MBA from Santa Clara University.
William M. Ulrich, President of Tactical Strategy Group, Inc., in Soquel, CA, provides strategic planning services to the information management and business community. With more than 21 years in the information industry, Ulrich has helped hundreds of organizations capitalize on knowledge embedded in existing computer systems. As co-author of The Year 2000 Software Crisis: Challenge of the Century and The Year 2000 Software Crisis: The Continuing Challenge - published by Prentice Hall, he helped define global standards to address the millennium challenge.
Tony Wasserman, Principal, Software Methods & Tools, firstname.lastname@example.org
Directions to the meeting are available.
The Institute for Software Research wishes to thank its corporate sponsors:
The Boeing Company * IBM * Microsoft Corporation * Northrop Grumman Corporation
Raytheon Company * Sun Microsystems * TRW
FileNet Corporation * Printronix, Inc.
Continuus Software Corporation * Hewlett-Packard
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