The Alabama Business Technology Conference (ABTC) is a strategic training and trade show event that spotlights topics ranging from data analytics and protection to cyber security to new generation servers, storage, and software solutions. For 2.5 days in April 2020, we’re bringing together Alabama’s top IT experts. With a robust schedule of workshops, plenaries, exhibits, and networking, we’re positioning our State’s leading companies for even greater success.
In the process, we’re also growing the next generation of IT expertise. In fact, a portion of all exhibit and registration fees goes toward the Alabama Technology Foundation’s mission to develop, empower, and retain top IT talent for Alabama, so the Alabama Business Technology Conference is a win-win-win!
Anyone responsible for IT administration and security needs to be at the ABTC helping to shape the business technology future of Alabama. Interested in exhibiting at the ABTC?
Attend the Alabama Business Technology Conference
General attendee registration for the Alabama Business Technology Conference will open soon. Currently Registration for Student Day (Exhibit Hall passes) are available.
Registration for the Alabama Business Technology Conference is open all developers, users, engineers, managers, and administrators who want to learn about the newest and smartest IT and security practices and products. The ABTC focuses on ways to position the Alabama’s leading companies for even greater success.
- Earn continuing education credits for a vast majority of training sessions
- Explore the ABTC Trade Show
- Network and collaborate with 500+ peers and stakeholders
Early Bird Registration (through February 17, 2020): $399
Registration (after February 17, 2020): $499
Students: Register Under the ATF Student Day Tab
ATF Student Day - Exhibit Hall Only Passes:
If you are a student going to an Alabama College or University and getting an Engineering or IT Degree - your passes are free as long as you are a registered student member of the Alabama Technology Foundation (ATF). The ATF is focused on creating the largest student database of Engineers and Information Technology majors to meet Alabama’s growing need for these future professionals.
All of our sponsor exhibitors will have access to this database for Internship and job placement offerings. This is the day for you to shine. Visit each booth and find out what type of business our sponsors provide. One of them may be your future employer. Be creative and create your own student business card that provides your name, the college/university you are attending with an email and phone number. Dress to impress. Give our exhibitors a reason to look you up on the Alabama Technology Foundation database.
If you are not a registered student member of the Alabama Technology Foundation you can find more information or become a member today . If you are a registered student with the Alabama Technology Foundation, log onto your account profile and register for your Student Pass today.
Registration ends on April 3, 2020. Student ID will be required at the conference upon badge pick up.
The Future As Shared by the Experts Forging It - ABTC Speakers
Vice President of Technology
Chief Information Officer
Chief Information Officer
Dr. Neil Lamb
Vice President of Education
Human Resources Director
Chief Digital & Innovation Officer
Integrated Computer Solutions (ICS), Inc.
An Action Packed IT Agenda
At the ABTC, you can fill every minute of your two and a half days with opportunity. The training content is both broad and deep with something for every IT specialty. Four different tracks cover Innovation, Security, Technical, and Workforce, Governance, Risk and Compliance. The nine sessions within each track give you the chance to learn about new ideas, products, and best practices while earning CEUs and/or PDUs. Likewise, the trade show is open throughout the conference. Add in dynamic plenary sessions and networking lunches and you have an IT conference packed with options to help you and your business succeed.
More scheduling details and an app to hold your schedule will be available soon so please check back for more information.
A Rare Opportunity to Boost Awareness
As an exhibitor or event sponsor, getting in on the ground floor of a new event presents some unique opportunities. You can secure a prime corner before anyone else, establish your brand as a leader, and earn the early support of the developers, administrators, project managers and engineers who are actively pursuing new information and partnerships.
What are the other benefits of participating in this IT event?
- The ABTC trade show can help HR as well as Marketing and Sales - because every exhibitor has access to the student database of resumes, certifications, and letters of recommendation for the IT and engineering students who belong to the Alabama Technology Foundation. That gives your company an inside look at emerging talent and an advance opportunity to hire the best.
- Just by participating, you’re helping educate future IT leaders and furthering workforce development - the profits from this event go to the Foundation’s educational work and scholarships. So do something good for your company, for students, and for the industry. Be a founding exhibitor at the Alabama Business Technology Conference.