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Brooklyn's
at Mile HIgh 
2644 W Colfax Ave
Denver, CO 80204

Just across the street from the south parking lot, Sports Authority Field at Mile High

3:00 PM - Registration
3:30 - Presentation
 

Next  Meetup

February 9
 Entrepreneurship, and turning ideas into reality
John Seville


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Prior Meetings

Steve Kosten
Security Vulnerabilities
September 10

October 8
Getting Started with Dimensional Modeling
Marc Beacom

November 12
Biometric Authentication
Brian R. Leone Esq.
Legal Tech & Business,

January 12
Crypto-Assets
Kent Barton

January 28
Corporate Politics

8:00 am - Noon
Regis University
DTC


SIM-Next Meetup

Tuesday, February 9, 2016
3:00 pm - Registration and networking
3:30 - 4:15 Presentation
Beverage and Appetizer included

Original Brooklyn's at Mile High
2644 West Colfax Avenue, Denver, CO

Every Job is a Temporary Placement
John Seville, Chief Technology Consultants

Most IT professionals live in a career comatose. Why? Because the rhythmical sound of “birdseed” dropping into their checking account every 2 weeks puts them to sleep. At least until the fateful day when they discover their services are no longer required. Your boss didn’t say up last night thinking about your career . . . he (or she) shouldn’t have to. When is the last time you thought about it? In this interactive presentation we’re going to uncover key market trends and enable and empower you with strategies for advancing and accelerating your career.

John Seville, CEO and Managing Partner at Chief Technology Consultants, Inc. (CTCi), has excelled for over twenty-five years in a diverse and dynamic technology career. After serving in business development roles in technology companies during the early part of his career, John launched CTCi in the spring of 2003. During his tenure at CTCi he has twice served as the Chief Information Officer (CIO) on outside executive teams which led to his nomination in 2013 for the Colorado CIO of the Year award for midsize enterprises selected by the Denver Business Journal and Society for Information Management (SIM). John has also served as the COO on a transitional executive team for an IT managed services firm in addition to various board positions. In November of 2014, he was asked to return to CTCi as the full-time CEO and Managing Partner where he serves today.

John’s technology expertise including a deep understanding of the IT sales and services lifecycle (ITS2LC) coupled with over 13 years in IT and business executive management have made him an outstanding resource for corporate and advisory board positions as well as executive Coaching. In addition, his entrepreneurial experience from having successfully launched and led two technology companies; Computer Consultants of Colorado (89’-96’) and Chief Technology Consultants, Inc. (2003’-) has made him an obvious choice for technology startups, fast-growth companies and executives hungry to advance and accelerate their careers. John lives in Elizabeth, Colorado, southeast of Denver, on his ranch with his wife, Belinda. He has two grown daughters and a grandson. In his spare time, he enjoys fly fishing, hunting and working with his horses and is a member of the Arapahoe Hunt Club; a registered member of the Masters of Foxhounds Association.

 

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SIM Next is the premier organization on the Front Range that has a clear focus on vital topics for emerging information technology leaders.

  • Monthly Meetup and Presentation - From September to May, we offer monthly meetup events that give you access to experts who give you the tools you need to get promoted and succeed in your role as an IT manager.
  • Professional Development - Topics focus specifically on IT management issues and you get the chance to discuss ideas with IT managers from other companies.
  • IT Community - As an IT manager, it pays to be active in your community. Networking with SIM Next members at our outside events gives you the relationships you need to benefit from the experience of your colleagues in other industries.
  • Education - SIM Next is forward-thinking. We are aware that schools are not graduating students in IT as fast as IT professionals are retiring. Were are one of the few organizations that’s doing something about it. Through our Student Ambassador Program, we are reaching out to top students and we are partnering with the best colleges and universities in the area.

If you want to drive change in your organization, motivate your people, and get projects done on-time and on-budget, SIM Next is a great resource for you.


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RMIMA was founded in 1982 and is well established as the leading local professional association for managers and practitioners in the field of Information Systems. We meet monthly, except June-August. Lunch meetings include topical speakers and allow time for networking among professionals who are interested in learning more about the rapidly changing field of Information Systems and Information Management.  Our mission is to foster information systems education and the continued advancement of information management.




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