Atlanta’s cios Discuss Hot Topics at the 9th Annual atp-tag cio roundtable

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Atlantas CIOs Discuss Hot Topics at the 9th Annual ATP-TAG CIO Roundtable
The Atlanta telecom community mixes it up with some of Atlantas most influential executives.

ATLANTAFebruary 27, 2012– The Association of Telecom Professionals (ATP) and the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG), announce the 9th annual CIO Roundtable event to be held March 13, 2012, at the Crowne Plaza Ravinia. Networking and VIP reception begin at 5:30pm.

This event brings together a number of Atlanta’s most influential CIOs to discuss the technologies and services that are transforming the current—and future—telecommunications marketplace. From front-burner projects to best practices to their expectations of services and technology vendors, Atlanta’s CIO’s will tackle the hot topics and burning questions surrounding the industry.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to network with our CIO Roundtable participants, other C-level executives, and ATP and TAG leadership; learn how other companies are implementing technology to create a more productive, revenue-generating business environment; and discover what these industry leaders have on the horizon.

This year’s CIO Roundtable panel will be moderated by Linda Hughes, President & CEO

The Great Ridge Company
, with the following industry experts making up our panel:

  • Tim Bell, VP IT and CIO, Greenway Medical

  • Charlie Chesnutt, SVP Technology & Process Improvement, Genuine Parts Company

  • Eric Norden, VP, IT, Internap

  • John Reed, SVP, Global Technology and Product Solutions, First Data

  • Jay Ferro, CIO National Home Office, American Cancer Society, Inc.

Three sponsorships levels are also available for this event. New this year, the Titanium level also includes a special VIP dinner with the CIO panelists.

Check out our website,, to learn more about the other sponsorship opportunities for this and other ATP events. You can also contact Gary Humphrey, ATP Director of Sponsorships, at or Karen Finger, President ATP, at

About ATP: Where Telecom Professionals Connect

ATP is a non-profit organization created for the purpose of providing an environment for professional networking & business opportunities, industry information exchange, and the recognition of thought leadership, innovation, and excellence within the communications technology industry. ATP exists to meet the professional development and networking needs of its members - telecommunications, enterprise networking, cable, broadband, Internet, wireless and mobile provider professionals.

To join ATP or for more information on the many benefits associated with ATP membership and a full calendar of ATP events, please visit the web site at
About Technology Association of Georgia 

The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to support its members by generating opportunities for personal, professional and business growth. By forging strategic alliances, TAG serves as a primary catalyst to foster a rich environment for economic development in Georgia's technology community. TAG is made up of 14,000 members representing technology leaders from over 1,600 Georgia-based companies, affiliated technology and business organizations. For more information on TAG, visit

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