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Office 2.0 - The Un-Conference

I'm delighted to announce that Intacct is participating in many ways in next week's Office 2.0 conference from September 3-5 in San Francisco. Now in its third year, this conference has become a who's who of thought leaders from the worlds of collaboration, SaaS and now cloud computing.


The conference is unique in that it comes together as a real grassroots exercise by the leading influencers in these technology areas. Many are detailed by Denis Howlett in his Irregular Enterprise blog. The focus of the event is on leading edge technologies that can really make a difference, using those technologies to run the conference itself, and predictions for how Flexibilitythings are going to and should evolve.

Recently Ismail Ghalimi, the founder of the conference, announced Intacct had been selected both to run the financials for the conference as well as for his Monolab initiatives. Ismail says:

For the past two years, we've been looking for an accounting application that would be available as a service, would work with any web browser, would support multiple currencies, and could be integrated with Salesforce.com. After much research, we came to the conclusion that only one option was available: Intacct.

If you come to the conference, you'll see Intacct in many places, along with many of our partners and customers. I'm particularly excited about an executive panel on Friday morning at 9:45 featuring Rob Hull, CFO of Adaptive Planning, Doug Harr, CIO of Ingres, Rene LaCerte, CEO of Bill.com and yours truly moderated by Gadi Shami of Revongo about SaaS 2.0 - we'll be talking about what it's like to try to run your whole company on SaaS, which all of us are doing, and what we all think the industry needs to do to make this a reality for more companies.

We all very much look forward to seeing you there.

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