ObjectFrontier Inc CEO Rich Napoli, Panelist on “Future of Blockchains” for the TI:GER Innovation Conference
Rich Napoli will share insight into how distributed ledger technology can dramatically alter business processes and create new value.
Atlanta, GA, January 23, 2018 - As excitement for blockchain technologies flourishes, ObjectFrontier Inc. (OFS) CEO Rich Napoli is one among the twelve eminent panelists to share “Future of Blockchains”, for the TI:GER Innovation Conference on Thursday, January 25 from 8:30 am – 1:00 pm EST.
Napoli along with the other panelists will provide expert insight into how distributed ledger technology can dramatically alter business processes and create new value.
“There is a lot of buzz about blockchain as the hottest new technology everyone needs to adopt, but there isn’t nearly as much knowledge about what exactly blockchain does and how to use it,” says Napoli. “Businesses need to understand what blockchain is so that they can begin to make plans to leverage it.”
To learn more and register for “TI:GER Innovation Conference: Future of Blockchains” click here. Learn about the impact of distributed ledger technology from the business and legal experts who will offer guidance and share best practices.
About OFS: OFS helps clients build digital products that drive revenues for their business. OFS uses the latest in social, mobile, cloud and analytics technologies to build software that is compelling, packed with innovative features, and designed for rapid evolution to propel customers past their competition. Founded in 1997, OFS has a deep heritage of building commercial products for software vendors, which has given them the insight and experience to create impactful software for any business. OFS has more than 500 employees spread across its U.S. offices in Atlanta, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Boston, Washington D.C., and its development center in Chennai, India. For more information, please visit www.objectfrontier.com.
About TI:GER®: TI:GER®, is a collaboration between Emory Law and Georgia Institute of Technology. The TI:GER program combines classroom instruction, team-based activities, externships, and networking opportunities into a total educational experience.
TI:GER is an innovative partnership between two world-class institutions—Emory and Georgia Institute of Technology—that brings together graduate students in law, business, science, and engineering to work on start-up projects. The goal: transform highly promising research into economically viable products.
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