Enterprise Version Management and Collaboration Conference in San Francisco to bring together Perforce customers, partners and industry experts
| 17 February 2013
Wokingham, UK: Perforce Software has announced that Merge 2013, the Perforce Conference, will be held April 24-26, 2013, at the InterContinental Hotel in San Francisco. Merge 2013 will bring together hundreds of Perforce customers, partners and industry experts for three days of talks, breakout sessions and networking events. The conference will provide attendees with opportunities to learn the latest version management best practices, see demos of new products and capabilities and get an early look at the Perforce product roadmap.
Merge 2013 presentations will cover hot topics in enterprise version management, including use of Git in the enterprise; IP governance, defensibility and security; globally distributed development; DevOps; and big data. Conference speakers are from some of the world’s most innovative companies, including:
“We chose ‘In the Wild’ as the theme for this year’s conference to illustrate Perforce’s growing reach, which now extends beyond traditional development teams. Today, Perforce solutions can truly version everything, including non-technical users in any role,” said Christopher Seiwald, CTO and president of Perforce. “This conference is always a highlight for us and our customers as we bring together developers and executives for an intersection of ideas, discussions and debate.”
Perforce Enterprise Version Management products power the world’s most demanding development environments. Versioning and managing any variety of digital assets—from software to firmware to documents and artwork—Perforce fosters collaboration on a global scale and enables enterprises to enjoy the benefits of greater productivity, security and compliance.
More than 400,000 users in over 5,500 organisations—including world-class innovators, emerging market leaders and Fortune 500 companies—use Perforce as their enterprise version management platform.
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