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Savoir-faire Linux Announces New Gold Sponsorship at Liferay North America Symposium 2015

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Leading open-source technology event will showcase Savoir-faire Linux’s expertise and advanced services in Chicago

Montreal, QC – October 29, 2015 – Savoir-faire Linux Inc., an outstanding team of 110 Free Software consultants and Liferay certified developers based in Montreal, Quebec City, Toronto & Paris, announced today its participation as a Gold Sponsor at this year’s Liferay Symposium North America.

Hosted by Liferay, Inc., the world’s leading open-source portal provider, the Liferay Symposium North America will take place from November 16 to 17 in Chicago. This premier event for Liferay’s business and technical users and developers in North America will include two days of expert sessions, hands-on workshops, networking opportunities, access to Liferay’s top executives and architects, and keynotes from open-source community leaders.

Savoir-faire Linux is proud to be once again a Gold Sponsor at the Liferay Symposium North America,” said Christophe Villemer, Executive Vice-President of the Canadian company. “We look forward to meeting other Liferay enthusiasts and to supporting some of our canadian customers to this major event.” Savoir-faire Linux has won a Liferay Community Excellence Award four years in a row, from 2011 to 2014. “Given our contribution to the success of our clients with large-scale Liferay projects in industries such as finance, education and manufacturing, we hope to bring back home another one this year”, added Christophe Villemer.

We have a lot to share to the Liferay community about our strong devops expertise in complex infrastructure management and automation,” said Sven Werlen, Vice-President – Enterprise Solutions, at Savoir-faire Linux. “We excel in assembling free software bricks and legacy components that cannot be replaced easily. We demonstrate at the Symposium how easily new environments can be deployed and configured to meet your agility and speed to market requirements.

We are happy to have Savoir-faire Linux join us again at this year’s Liferay Symposium North America.” said Brian Kim, Chief Operating Officer for Liferay in conclusion. “Our partners play an important role in Liferay’s success and having this great team at our event brings added value to our attendees looking to meet the industry’s top-level enterprise technology vendors.

Liferay Symposium Gold SponsorTo learn more about the Liferay Symposium North America and to register, visit the event website.

To learn more on the Liferay expertise of Savoir-faire Linux, visit our website. Photographs of previous symposiums are published under a Creative Commons BY license (credit only) on our photo gallery on Flickr.

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