IT and the enterprise it serves can't be separated. That's why business leaders can offer such valuable lessons to IT pros -- especially when those business leaders truly understand IT.
In this special episode in our series of shows bringing you speakers from the Interop 2014 conference, Vivek Bhaskaran, founder of Ideascale and Survey Analytics, will join us to talk about the business of IT -- and what IT can mean for a successful business.
He is a business leader experienced in bringing innovation to enterprise IT by changing the culture -- and we're going to be talking culture, innovation, and IT evolution in this information-packed hour.
Bhaskaran is the co-founder of IdeaScale. He plays a key role in defining company strategy, which uses technology and innovation continuously in order to maintain IdeaScale's leadership in the innovation software industry. IdeaScale is now the world's largest innovation management platform.
He is also the founding member and CEO of Survey Analytics, one of the industry's leading providers of Web-based research technologies. In 2008, Survey Analytics made Inc. magazine's list of the fastest-growing private companies, ranking 172nd overall and 25th among business-service providers.
Vivek Bhaskaran completed his primary education in India before moving to Russia and then the US. He holds a B.S. in computer science from Brigham Young University, Utah.
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