Government Day at BlackBerry World 2012 – Attendee perspective on the program [VIDEO]


Clearly Government Day at BlackBerry World™ 2012 was both a major undertaking and a project Research In Motion (RIM) feels passionate about, which is why we we’re thrilled it was so well received by attendees. Not only was this a great place to hear from some industry leading experts from RIM, but it also gave government leaders a rare opportunity to network with peers and gain key learnings from the presentations made by agencies from Brazil, the UK, and the US. The presenting agencies have all used mobile technology in truly transformative ways – not merely deploying devices or administering servers, but helping achieve organizational goals around improved public servant productivity, increased accessibility of government programs, and enhancing public safety.

We’re confident that attendees left Government Day not only more technically knowledgeable, but more inspired and filled with ideas for how they can transform their own organizations. Here’s a glimpse at what some of the attendees had to say about this event:

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About Roger B.

Joining Research In Motion® (RIM) in 2001, Roger has worked in BlackBerry® Alliance Marketing, vertical segment marketing and product marketing. By leveraging this diverse background, for the past few years Roger has been involved with market research, analyst relations, and other research initiatives. A graduate of the Ivey Business School and MIT’s Executive program in Strategy & Innovation, Roger has been involved in technology marketing for the past 15 years working in Asia, Europe, and North America. Passionate about the impact technology has on people and processes, he brings this vast array of experiences together as a lead contributor to the “BlackBerry For Business” social media presence.

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