Watch the full video of the September episode of InformationWeek's Valley View, including the Elevator Pitch segment on emerging technology companies.
InformationWeek hosted its live Web TV show, Valley View, last week, featuring an exclusive interview with NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson (we also published the full NetSuite interview, separately), and a conversation with Yobie Benjamin, a CTO of one of the world's largest financial institutions, where we talked about the demands that big data and heavy regulation are placing on financial services organizations in an era where they are already spending 14% of revenue on IT--perhaps the highest of any industry.
But we didn't stop there. Valley View now features a quick-hitting segment called The Elevator Pitch, where we challenge five technology executives to tell us about their company, technology, or product in three minutes or less. Our judges weighed in with some interesting feedback as well.
You can watch the entire episode in the video embedded below.
Make sure to tune in again on October 24 (bookmark this page, which is where we host the live show), where we'll feature Cisco CEO John Chambers, and Oracle President Mark Hurd, along with several more Elevator Pitches. You can register for the event here, which will allow you to add it to your calendar and also make you eligible for our prize drawing--each show we give away some gear (this week we gave away a Kindle Fire HD and a Google Nexus 7 tablet).
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