the leading provider of hybrid capacity analytics software, today
announced it has been selected for the second time to present at the
annual Montgomery Summit,
the leading business and technology conference that will take place in
Santa Monica, Calif. on March 8 and 9. Cirba will present Densify.com, its SaaS analytics solution, to an invited audience of 1,000 entrepreneurs, corporate executives and venture capitalists.
am thrilled to be participating in the Montgomery Summit again. It is
an excellent gathering of the top technology visionaries in the
industry," said Gerry Smith, CEO of Cirba. "I am looking forward to
discussing the impact hybrid cloud has had on how organizations need to
manage their infrastructure and in particular the critical role that
advanced analytics play in achieving the necessary control and
governance over infrastructure decisions."
"The caliber of
companies nominated for this year's Summit was higher than ever and the
selected presenters will provide excellent insight and expertise into
their respective and rapidly evolving fields - from enterprise data to
financial technologies to connected devices," said Jamie Montgomery,
founder of The Montgomery Summit. "Our goal is to connect technology's
best entrepreneurs with incredible investors, partners and advisers and
to facilitate meetings that will lead to success for all parties."
year, a global committee of senior investors from top venture capital
and growth funds, prior Summit attendees, researchers, entrepreneurs,
and Summit partners and staff selected 140 companies to present from
over 4,000 nominations. Nominations were evaluated by each company's
sector, stage, growth and engagement metrics, as well as criteria
including management, vision and more.
In addition to
presentations from top private growth company CEOs, the two-day event
features industry leaders and top innovators in a series of keynotes,
panels and salons. Speakers at this year's Summit include Beth Comstock,
vice chair, GE; Rob High, CTO, IBM Watson; John Chambers, chairman,
Cisco; and Gen. Stanley McChrystal, former U.S. Army General.