Paragon’s Minnesota team took part in the Minnesota High Tech Association (MHTA) 2019 Spring Conference last week, a one-day tech conference in Brooklyn Park attended by business, technology and industry leaders, as well as technology influencers and strategists. The event highlighted new insights on big disruptive trends, new innovation exhibits in a dynamic expo setting, and also included breakout sessions that dove into keynote themes around “Exponential IT” and preparing for digital transformation.
“It was great to sponsor the Spring Conference again this year. There was a high level of interest from folks regarding the Paragon IT Leadership Forum, now in its ninth year,” said Paragon’s Director of Sales, Nick Roach. “My hopes are that the Forum continues to quickly grow in Minnesota — strengthening the skills of upcoming and established leaders in IT is a passion of ours. The Forum helps our clients develop their leaders, and drives retention and performance through highly engaged employees, ultimately giving them a competitive advantage.”
With the global shift to embrace new digital platforms, AI, data and other innovation, Paragon is keeping pace to bring exciting new tech developments and opportunities to clients. To learn more about specific initiatives and new developments, please feel free to reach out to Nick.
MHTA Director Ray Hoover (left) with Paragon team members Denise Mooney, Nick Paluch and Brad LaBarbera.