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SlideshowThe View From Tibco Now: Loud Clothes & Fast Cars
Mitch Wagner
10/27/2017
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SAN DIEGO -- Tibco Now -- Tibco is looking to a future tying together multiple enterprise clouds, building on a 30-year history bridging on-premises ERP systems.

At its user conference here in San Diego, Tibco Software Inc. (Nasdaq: TIBX) outlined a vision for integrating data in the cloud, in the Internet of Things and on-premises, and turning that data into insights that businesses can take action on. (See Tibco Boosts Intelligence Cloud With Analytics & Messaging.)

Customers including United Airlines and Mercedes described how they're using Tibco to deliver business value. We'll tell you about what they had to say in coming weeks, starting with United today. (See How United Airlines Uses Data to Take Pain out of Flight Delays.)

As usual, your Enterprise Cloud News correspondent was on the scene with his trusty iPhone. Here's some of what we saw:

 

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Brad Topliff, Tibco director of innovation, certainly has an innovative fashion sense. The $99 outfit is called Science Faction, from Oppo Suits.
Brad Topliff, Tibco director of innovation, certainly has an innovative fashion sense. The $99 outfit is called Science Faction, from Oppo Suits.


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