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AWC-NNJ welcomes Joseph Hamamji, Infrastructure Architect and Systems Engineer / Program Manager at a myriad of companies. Joseph will share his experiences as a global activist pioneering the field of Business Intelligence. As an expert in search engine applications and social media data mining, he will talk about the rapid development of those information channels and how his career has developed along with them. He’ll talk about the value of various tools integration, process assimilation and phishing along with Trojan insurgency, code encapsulation, object oriented data mapping, and big data is no longer the predominant force in the BI field.

Joseph has been patiently engineering his information integration method to assimilate it with current available tools at the cutting-edge of business intelligence. Prior to founding Global Business Associates in 1999, he was an Advisory Specialist at IBM on Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery. Joseph has had many assignments ranging from Wall Street to back-street - from heartland USA to the mountains of Lebanon. The intelligence is in data mapping; call it data mining or simply link the dots together. We’ll also discuss the pros and cons of being an independent consultant vs. hiring employees to grow a business.

Our evening will begin with casual networking among our members and guests. As always, our AWC-NNJ October monthly meeting offers you a chance to meet other like-minded professionals in IT, relax, unwind and recharge after a hard day of work, enjoy
a great meal, and learn something new from the presentation and from your colleagues.

Join us for a great evening of networking and discussion!

When: Tuesday, October 8,[masked]:00 pm Networking
6:45 pm Dinner
7:45 pm Presentation and Q&A

Where: Que Pasta
326 Market St
Saddle Brook, NJ 07663
(201)[masked]
www.qpitalian.com

The fee for the dinner and the presentation is $27 for AWC-NNJ members and $35 for non-members.