Pandera focuses on driving organizational success through its core belief that the underlying elements of success are its people. We believe that through analytics and evolving technology we can simply make people better and this same belief is applied to our community initiatives.
This past month the team from Pandera and its Orlando tech community program Orlando Tech and Beer hosted the City of Orlando for its monthly technology focused networking platform and with over 300 technology professionals, entrepreneurs and business leaders in attendance it was another successful evening.
Special guest speaker John Morgan, founder of nationally recognized law firm Morgan and Morgan joined OTAB to provide insight and valuable lessons to the Orlando tech community who left motivated and inspired. With a track record of success and continuous growth spanning over 3 decades, John Morgan has been known as a disrupter and leader of innovation in the legal industry. Morgan and Morgan, which is already one of the largest law firms in the country, has 34 offices in 9 states. Founder John Morgan is also passionate about technology and its place in the future of our businesses, communities and the City of Orlando. With his launching of a state-of-the-art tech center in Brooklyn last year John Morgan shows his commitment to driving innovation not only for his law firm but also local communities.
The evening also included demos and presentations from local Orlando startups and technology companies which included Launchable an AR startup focused on altering the computing experiences through immersive user experiences. REV a behavioral based performance management and coaching platform for sales professionals and Archer an emergency first response system utilizing drone technology were also highlighted during the event.
One of our goals in 2017 was to drive change and growth in all that we do and that included the communities and cities that we call home. These goals also included initiatives such as “The Smart City Challenge” in partnership with the City of Orlando and the University of Central Florida we were able to provide solutions on what a Smart City looks like utilizing IoT technology driven by the local community. Future planned challenges will include topics such as AI, Cyber Security, AR/VR and Gaming. With the launch of OTAB in Orlando, FL this year and future Tech and Beer locations such as Atlanta and Chicago we will continue to be invested in technology and the people in the communities that develop, facilitate, and utilize technology for the purpose of making people better.
To learn more about Pandera’s technology community initiatives such as OTAB please visit www.techandbeers.com or contact us at email@example.com.
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