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TAKE Solutions Brings Together Leading Experts and TAKE Customers at “Converge 2012” to Discuss Business
Date:6/18/2012

Princeton, NJ (PRWEB) June 18, 2012

TAKE Solutions Ltd. [BSE: 532890 | NSE: TAKE], a leader in the Supply Chain Management and Life Sciences domains, concluded its annual two-day customer education and collaboration event, CONVERGE 2012, on June 5 at the JW Marriott Grande Lakes in Orlando, Florida. The keynote address was delivered by theoretical physicist, best-selling author and frequent contributor on networks such as the Discovery Channel, Dr. Michio Kaku. In its third year, CONVERGE 2012 attracted a strong cross-section of TAKE's customer base of small-to-medium and Fortune 500 companies that TAKE supports in the Life Sciences and Supply Chain domains. Continuing TAKE’s commitment to delivering expanded value to customers through highly topical content and access to industry experts, the speeches, customer presentations and panel discussions all focused on the theme of Business Transformation through Disruptive Technology.

Appropriately, Dr. Kaku opened the event with a look at technology 20 years into the future. He delighted the audience with a talk based on his two most recent books, Physics of the Future and Physics of the Impossible where he highlighted advancements in biotechnology and artificial intelligence, to include organ growing and internet glasses. Dr. John Underkoffler, Founder and Chief Scientist, Oblong Industries, and consultant on the film Minority Report, began the next day with an overview of how graphical user interfaces, such as those depicted in the movie, are emerging to make business data analysis and operations more efficient. Srinivasan HR, Vice Chairman and Vision Holder at TAKE Solutions elaborated on the company's vision and direction for the remainder of 2012 and into 2014.

Analysts from IDC Health Insights and ChainLink Research discussed the four pillars of disruptive technology—mobility, cloud, big data, social media—and how they are impacting the entire life science va
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