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Bluewolf

June 16, 2010 12:16 ET

Bluewolf, Amazon Web Services and Salesforce to Host New York City Innovision Event for IT Execs With Dan Roam, Author of "The Back of the Napkin"

Dan Roam and Bluewolf to Present "The Power of Pictures: The New Way to Communicate Your IT Vision"

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - June 16, 2010) -  Dan Roam, bestselling author of The Back of the Napkin, will share his insights on "The Power of Pictures: The New Way to Communicate Your IT Vision" at the Innovision briefing series, hosted by Bluewolf, and sponsored by Amazon Web Services and Salesforce in New York City on June 23. Bluewolf (www.bluewolf.com) is an agile technology consulting firm, with more than a decade of success in Cloud computing and SaaS.

At Innovision, Mr. Roam will teach his revolutionary method for communicating complex ideas through visual thinking. Participants will learn to:

  • Translate ideas into simple, anyone-can-do-it illustrations
  • Sell an IT vision to non IT-minded executives
  • Bridge the gap between IT and business

To register for the event, visit http://www.bluewolf.com/Innovision2010. After Innovision, Bluewolf will hold its annual rooftop networking event at Bryant Park.

"Bluewolf is celebrating its Decade of Success this year. There is no better way to mark our ten years as a leading IT innovator than to host New York City's visionaries in the industry at Innovision," said Michael Kirven, co-founder and principal, Bluewolf. "As IT executives are developing a new vision for computing, effectively being able to communicate is key, especially to a non-IT audience. Roam delivers a message that resonates with all CIOs these days and can help them bridge the gap between IT and business through pictures."

Dan Roam is the author of the international bestseller The Back of the Napkin: Solving Problems and Selling Ideas with Pictures, Business Week and Fast Company's best innovation book of the year, and Amazon's #5 selling business book. The Back of the Napkin has been published in 25 languages and is a bestseller in Japan, South Korea, and China. Roam has also been invited by the White House Office of Communications to teach his methods of visual problem solving, inspired by his visual explanation of American health care, selected by Business Week as "The World's Best Presentation of 2009."

Bluewolf is a global pack of experts committed to partnering with clients to achieve agile business transformation. Only Bluewolf can bring 10 years of best practices to every project and guarantee its success. Bluewolf is distinctly positioned between classic management consultants and breakthrough technical designers. Its world-class portfolio proves the company's ability to match its agile methodology with unparalleled vision. From demand generation to close, from channel effectiveness to customer care, to IT staffing and remote managed services, the company helps clients attain efficient, responsible business performance gaining the label of tomorrow's business standard.

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