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Tech Power Panel Set For LCT Leadership Summit, Miami Fla.

Posted on April 5, 2013
Tom DePasquale, the co-founder and CEO of Outtask LLC, a subsidiary of Concur Technologies where he served as executive vice president, will appear in a Summit technology forum June 10.

Tom DePasquale, the co-founder and CEO of Outtask LLC, a subsidiary of Concur Technologies where he served as executive vice president, will appear in a Summit technology forum June 10.

TORRANCE, Calif. — The 2013 LCT Leadership Summit  in Miami on June 9-11 will open with The Big Picture – a high-level discussion about the impact of the Uber technology and how mobile technology is revising the operating platform of the traditional limousine service. Joining this meeting is Tom Depasquale, Amy Harris and Doug Anderson.

DePasquale professional background here.

Harris professional background here.

The panelists will provide an in-depth look at how Uber’s technology has pioneered advancements for on-demand reservations and how all of this affects the consumer. Only those present at this upcoming Summit will hear and see first-hand from these experts how our industry will function in three years due to tablet and mobile technology.

Tom DePasquale, the co-founder and CEO of Outtask LLC, a subsidiary of Concur Technologies where he served as executive vice president, will appear in a Summit technology forum June 10.
Tom DePasquale, the co-founder and CEO of Outtask LLC, a subsidiary of Concur Technologies where he served as executive vice president, will appear in a Summit technology forum June 10.

Related Topics: Amy Harris, Concur Technologies, Deem Ground, industry trends, LCT Summit, leadership, Miami Beach, mobile applications, tablet computers, technology, Tom DePasquale, Uber

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