No Magic CTO to Keynote at Zuken Innovation World

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Enrique Krajmalnik, chief technical officer at No Magic, will be the keynote speaker for Zuken Innovation World (ZIW) 2018 Americas. Zuken USA’s annual user and technology conference will be held on April 23-25 in San Diego, California.

Krajmalnik will speak on “Model-Based Systems Engineering Today and What’s Next,” explaining why companies today are investing in the development of new standards, methodologies and technologies as they shift from the practice of systems engineering to smarter, model-based systems engineering (MBSE) practices. This shift, Krajmalnik will explain, is key to helping enterprises stay competitive in the systems engineering world and underscoring that now more than ever, MBSE is one of the most important topics for industry.

As CTO of No Magic, Krajmalnik guides and directs the company's technical resources. Before joining No Magic, Enrique co-founded several technology companies ranging from software development, to IT services and cloud/SAAS delivery platforms.

Education and Innovation

The ZIW conference features more than 40 classes focused on education, with topics covering best practices, customizations and innovative design processes. Participants will hear from customers and partners on their top-of-mind topics, and find out how Zuken is playing a role in their success. Zuken University classes will focus on upcoming software releases and advancing product knowledge and skills. The popular Expert Bar will return with six stations offering 1:1 access to Zuken’s technical experts, and a hands-on look at the latest product releases.

To register or for more information, click here.


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