Another Minnesota tech conference now spans two days

TechFuseThe 5th annual TechFuse Conference is coming back to the Minneapolis Convention Center for two days on May 16 and 17.

Organized by Edina’s Benchmark Learning, the day 1 Cloud Intelligence Conference is a “100% cloud experience,” says Benchmark project manager Corey Olson, with five distinct tracks and a keynote by Shy Cohen.   The second day has even more tracks and a wider variety of sessions. Peter High is keynoting this and will also be speaking afterwards with a select CIO group.

“All in all, this years TechFuse includes 12 Tracks, 48 Sessions, 2 Keynotes, and 35 speakers (6 MVPs) from 5 different states and 2 continents,” Olson summarizes.

“It’s clear that the event is heavy on Microsoft technologies,” he says, “and we’ve tailored it to cover all aspects of IT. After selling out the one day conference past two years (400), we’re excited to offer more options to more participants this time.”

Past attendee’s have come from a diversity of information technology roles and represent a long roster of Minnesota’s organizations large and small.

TechFuse is financially sponsored by Microsoft, Avtex, RBA, K2, IDesign, GU/MSB, Virteva, and Robert Half Technology.  Passes for the whole event are $499, or $349 each, and the early bird deadline is April 13th.