PRLog - May 2, 2012 - DETROIT -- With the rapid expansion of the use of mobile technology by consumers and businesses today there is a high level of expectation that there will be reliable mobile service and full access to all mobile device features at all times - even when among thousands of others who are demanding the same level of service and capability. The question then arises - can entertainment venues, commercial buildings, and public events meet these limitless demands and still leverage mobile technologies to streamline operations and engage their patrons and other stakeholders?
How is your facility handling mobile services demand?
This session of Mobile Monday Detroit will focus on topics that are extremely important for any organization challenged to satisfy the mobile service needs of the mobile masses, including: financial considerations for building out the necessary infrastructure, technology considerations explained to non-technical decision-makers, and everyone's favorite... how can venues utilize mobile technologies to deliver value?
Meeting these demands is possible, and our speakers will tell you how to meet the challenge!
Speakers for the evening will include:
• Scott Wruble, Vice-president of Information Technology for Palace Sports & Entertainment
• David Mexicotte, Mobility / Wireless Specialist for Cisco Systems
Once again Mobile Monday Detroit will take place at Compuware headquarters in downtown Detroit, and as always, attendance is FREE, but advance registration is required for security purposes. Free parking is available (with ticket validation at sign-in) in Compuware’s parking deck directly behind the headquarters building, and refreshments will be served. Register at http://Meetup.com/
Mobile Monday Detroit is sponsored by Mobile Monday Michigan, Compuware and the Mobile Technology Association of Michigan.
Scott Wruble joined Palace Sports & Entertainment in 2012 as the Vice President of Information Technology where he manages all aspects of PS&E's information technology services supporting the Detroit Pistons, Palace of Auburn Hills, DTE Energy Music Theatre and Meadow Brook Music Festival. Before joining PS&E, Wruble served as Director of Information Technology for the Detroit Tigers where he managed technology operations at Comerica Park in Detroit and Joker Marchant Stadium in Lakeland, FL. In his seven seasons, Wruble directed the technology operations for the 2011 American League Championship Series, 2006 World Series and 2005 MLB All-Star Game along with major concerts such as Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Eminem and Kid Rock.
Prior to working in sports and entertainment, Wruble spent two years as IT Director for Alliance Logistics in Midland, MI supporting the plastics shipping operations for BP and Dow Chemical. Wruble began his career in 1991 with State Farm Insurance at their Bloomington, IL headquarters. During eleven years with State Farm, he supported various marketing programs as a Systems Analyst and went on to lead key enterprise projects as a senior strategic planning analyst. In 1999, Wruble was State Farm's first telecommuting employee.
Wruble is a native of Harbor Beach, MI and graduated from Central Michigan University in 1991 with a Bachelor's degree in business management and computer science.
David Mexicotte is a Mobility and Wireless Specialist for Cisco Systems, the world’s largest producer of equipment that runs the Internet. He has been with Cisco for 12 years and in the IT industry for 25yrs in various capacities. Prior to Cisco, David was with Hewlett Packard's Server and PC business unit. He has spoken across the US on various Networking and Computing Topics. David attended both Eastern Michigan University and The University of Michigan and has degrees in Mathematics and Physics, and Communications.