Vision 2014






Drive Growth. Manage Risk. Optimize Performance.

May 18-21, 2014 | JW Marriott Grande Lakes, Orlando, Florida

Vision 2014 is the premier global conference for finance, risk management, and sales compensation professionals. In three information-packed days, you can see how IBM Business Analytics solutions help you drive profitable growth, manage risk and optimize performance.

With more than 120 sessions and workshops to choose from—plus the latest product demos—Vision 2014 offers you an in-depth look at IBM Business Analytics solutions for performance and risk management, regulatory compliance and sales compensation management. You’ll see real-world case studies from fellow customers, hear keynotes from industry thought leaders, and network with peers, colleagues and product experts. This year, you’ll get a close look at the latest innovations in IBM® Cognos® TM1, IBM Cognos Disclosure Management, IBM® Cognos® Controller, IBM Cognos Sales Performance Management, IBM Algorithmics® financial risk management solutions and IBM OpenPages® GRC products.

Vision 2014 is the best place to learn and network with peers around the solutions and strategies you need to address the problems that are top-of-mind for chief financial officers, chief risk officers, chief compliance officers, and compensation professionals in virtually all organizations.

Vision 2013 Highlights

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Exclusive Networking Event! May 20, 2014
 
  • Aimee Mullins, Mark Broadie.

    Guest Speakers

    Aimee Mullins, at 37, her life is already packed with amazing experiences – Olympic athlete, ground-breaking high fashion model, actor, advocate and more. Come hear this warm and engaging woman share what she has learned to help you shatter perceived limitations and achieve the “impossible.”

    Mark Broadie is an award-winning professor of business and Vice Dean at Columbia Business School. He’s also a member of the U.S. Golf Association’s Handicap Research Team and author of Every Shot Counts, which uses a data-analytics approach to improve golf performance and strategy.