Want to meet Adam Greco? Go to OMS 2011 in San Diego!
By now I hope you have heard that Adam Greco is joining John and I as a Senior Partner in Analytics Demystified. While his official start date isn’t still for a few weeks he’s already on the road as part of the Demystified team. If you’d like to meet Adam in person and talk with him about the practice he is building there are a few places I just happened to know he will be in the coming months:
- Adam will be participating in the Web Analytics Association (WAA) Symposium in Austin, Texas on Monday, January 24th. Adam is talking about integrating web analytics and CRM which is core to his practice area given his past work at Salesforce.com and Omniture.
- Adam will also be presenting at the Online Marketing Summit in San Diego, California on Tuesday, February 8th. He’ll be giving the same presentation on web analytics and CRM, discussing how to move marketing analytics from the server room to the board room.
- Adam will also be joining me in Minneapolis on Wednesday, February 16th for a special Web Analytics Wednesday sponsored by our good friends at SiteSpect and with the generous help from our friends at Stratigent. We don’t have the details on the site yet but the event will be downtown Minneapolis and Adam and I will be doing some prognostication and fielding questions from Twin Cities locals.
Adam will also be at Webtrends Engage, Adobe’s Omniture Summit, and the Emetrics Marketing Optimization Summit but we’ll post more on that when additional details emerge. Suffice to say Adam will be busy in his first few months on the job.
If you haven’t met Adam I would encourage you to head out to one of these events and introduce yourself. Especially if you’re a marketer and are considering the Online Marketing Summit — if you haven’t been to OMS you really need to go. Every year I am absolutely blown away by the job that Aaron Kahlow and the OMS team do bringing that conference together. OMS draws amazing speakers, amazing sponsors, and most importantly amazing conference participants and delivers an absolute fire-hose of information.
I’m sincerely bummed that Adam is taking my place at OMS this year — I haven’t actually missed a big OMS event in California ever — but I am confident that the audience will benefit greatly from Adam’s message about CRM integration, his direct experience at Salesforce.com, and his distinct presentation style.