Stephen DeAngelis is Featured Speaker at the Mid-Atlantic CIO Forum

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June 05, 2017

On January 15, 2015, Enterra’s President and CEO, Stephen DeAngelis, was invited to address members of the Mid-Atlantic CIO Forum at Towson University in Towson, MD Mr DeAngelis spoke on the topic of “Disruptive Big Data Applications”. During his speech he noted how cognitive computing systems, including Enterra’s Cognitive Reasoning Platform (CRP), are transforming the business landscape and allowing businesses to address challenges that have been too complex to tackle until now. Mr. DeAngelis explained how the CRP has been used by McCormick & Company to power its award-winning FlavorPrint initiative and how future uses of cognitive computing are only limited by the imagination.

The Mid-Atlantic CIO Forum was formed in 2003 when CIOs from McCormick, Perdue, and Black & Decker met to form an association whose members could share common business problems. In August of that year, the founding executives entered into a partnership with Towson University to form the Mid-Atlantic CIO Forum. The Forum is designed to foster excellence in business and information technology in an environment that promotes educational and networking opportunities for CIOs facing similar challenges and issues. CIOs participate with peers to share information and experiences, and to exchange best practices in peer-to-peer discussion sessions. In addition to sharing problems, issues, ideas, and solutions, the Forum has awarded over 65 scholarships to deserving students.