Welcome to IBM Edge 2016

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Edge 2016 starts today, and 40+ Rocketeers from all over the world are arriving in Las Vegas to attend the conference and join thousands of business and tech professionals to drive success in the cognitive era.

The theme for Edge this year is disruption: how new technologies and ideas supplant established business models and ways of doing things. Think ridesharing and taxis, AirBnB and hotels, smartphones…and pretty much life as we know it today. Rocket and IBM leaders will be on hand to host panels on this theme, including Rocket CTO Bryan Smith and IBM General Manager of z Systems Ross Mauri teaching a new generation how to “Master the Mainframe.”

Rocket Software will be on the expo floor all week, and dozens of Rocketeers will be on-hand to show off our newest innovations. We are also hosting a POWER Systems Meet-Up and a z Systems Meet-Up, each on Monday before dinner.  Click here to learn more about Rocket at Edge.

Rocket has worked with IBM for over 25 years.  We are proud to be the Marquee Sponsor at Edge 2016 and help our customers compete and succeed with cognitive computing, open innovation, and hybrid cloud. We’ll be at Booth 400 at the MGM Grand; swing by and say hello!

Rocket at IBM Edge 2016

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Andy Youniss
Andy Youniss co-founded Rocket Software in 1990 and continues to be the company's main driving force. Andy successfully established and actively manages Rocket's largest OEM partnerships and is guiding the company's growth through technology investments, acquisitions, new product lines, and strategic partnerships. Prior to founding Rocket Software, Andy was the development manager for DB View Inc., a software company specializing in DB2 database tools. Previously, he was a programmer/analyst at American Management Systems, and was also a project development consultant. Andy holds a B.S. degree in Computer Science from the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC.

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