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The Business and Information Technology Club is a registered student organization for anyone with an interest in computers, business, or Fortune 500 companies that make use of cutting-edge technology.

Next Meeting

The Business & Information Technology (BIT) Club is having its last meeting of the fall semester on Thursday, November 10th.  The event, which will be held in the College of Business Auditorium (Rooms 107/208) during X-period (1:40 – 2:30 p.m.), is open to all majors on campus.  Daniel Wolf, a Conway native who now works for PROS, will be the featured speaker.  PROS cloud-based revenue management, sales and pricing solutions leverage prescriptive analytics to accelerate the process of converting prospects to customers; confidently scale winning pricing strategies to increase margins; and streamline smart decision-making so organizations can realize their true revenue growth and profit potential.  PROS is headquartered in Houston, TX but they also have offices in San Francisco, Chicago, Austin, London, Toulouse, Paris, Munich and Sydney.  With more than 700 successful implementations, they have earned multiple customer awards that make the pronouncements for them.  Refreshments will be served (PIZZA!) and door prizes will be awarded.  All students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend.

Upcoming Meetings
(during X-period in the COB Auditorium)

Spring (Tuesdays)

TBA.

For more information please contact the advisor of the BIT Club, Dr. Mark McMurtrey or join us on Orgsync!

 

 

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The Business & Information Technology (BIT) Club is having its second meeting on Thursday, October 20th.  The event, which will be held in Room 210 in the College of Business during X-period (1:40 – 2:30 p.m.), is open to all majors on campus.  David McMackins II is a political activist, an associate member of the Free Software Foundation, and a junior at UCA.  He is a technology enthusiast and a professional software engineer with a diverse set of projects and experience in many environments and applications of software development.   He will be discussing the importance of software freedom for both individuals and businesses.  Refreshments will be served and door prizes will be awarded.  All students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend.