OnDemand April 19-21, 2010

OnDemand is where the top Internet companies disrupting the enterprise square off with the incumbent players pioneering cloud computing and SaaS. This two-and-a-half day executive event features high-level debates on how the Internet is disrupting how companies—from small businesses to large enterprises—create, store, distribute, analyze, and take advantage of their mission-critical data. Marc Benioff, an innovator who ignited the OnDemand revolution, will deliver a keynote address in 2010. OnDemand also showcases the top entrepreneurial CEOs who are revolutionizing the way the enterprise is radicalized by the Internet.

Who Attends

OnDemand attracts more than 600 of the leading members of the OnDemand computing ecosystem:

  • Founders and CEOs of emerging OnDemand companies
  • Chief business development and R&D officers
  • Directors of R&D
  • CTOs and CIOs
  • Private equity investors, venture investors, and investment bankers
  • Leading members of the professional services industry
  • Business and trade press, influential bloggers

Current OnDemand 2010 Program:

Monday, April 19, 2010
5:20pm Opening Night Remarks & Welcome
Co-host: Tony Perkins, Founder, AlwaysOn
Co-host: Arden Pennell, OnDemand Program Director, AlwaysOn
5:40pm Presenting the OnDemand 100

6:00pm

Keynote Address
Todd Bradley, EVP, Personal Systems Group; HP

Tuesday, April 20, 2010
9:15am
How has the Startup Model Changed in the Era of Open Source + Amazon S3 + SaaS?
Experienced investors describe how the Web-software era is changing how startups are founded, invested in, and grown

Gordon Ritter, General Partner, Emergence Capital Partners
Ravi Mohan, Managing Director, Shasta Ventures
Mark Gorenberg, Managing Director, Hummer Winblad Venture Partners
10:00am
CEO Showcase Sessions

10:30am

Coffee Break


10:45am

Keynote Address
Business Execution in the Cloud. Accelerated.

Lars Dalgaard, CEO, SuccessFactors

11:15am
Who’s Keeping my Data Safe?
Security concerns are a barrier to adopting cloud services, and to ditching the company-run data center. Who can protect the information best and how?
12:00pm

Lunch

1:00pm

Keynote Address
Marc Benioff, Chairman & CEO, Salesforce.com

1:30pm Succeeding in SaaS M&A
Moderator: Paul Kwan, Managing Director, Morgan Stanley
Seksom Suriyapa, VP Corporate Development, SuccessFactors
Charles Carmel, VP Corporate Development, Cisco Systems
John Somorjai, SVP Coporate Development & Strategy, Salesforce.com
Brad Rencher, SVP Business Operations, Omniture

2:15pm CEO Showcase Sessions


2:45pm


Video in the Enterprise
Ron Yekutiel, CEO, Kaltura


3:30pm

Break


4:00pm Cloud-Service Business Models that Win


4:45pm

CEO Showcase Sessions

5:45pm

Reception

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

9:15am

The $1 Billion OnDemand Networking Opportunity

10:00am

VC in Late-Stage OnDemand Companies : How to guide Growth Companies
Rory O’Driscoll, Managing Director, Scale Venture Partners
Byron Deeter, Partner, Bessemer Venture Partners
Glenn Solomon, Partner, GGV Capital

10:45am

Break

11:00am Keynote Address
Success Strategies from the Business Cloud Playbook

Zach Nelson, CEO, NetSuite
11:20am The Cloud Customer: Who is Driving Business-App Adoption?
As price and end-user complexity drop, the market grows. Are consumers or the enterprise driving the market? Are department buyers helping biz apps make an end-run around the traditional direct sale to IT chiefs?
Zvi Guterman, CEO, CloudShare
Tien Tzuo, CEO, Zuora

12:05pm

Lunch

1:05pm

Fireside Chat: Going On-Demand
How Have Major Players Managed the Transition to SaaS?

Paul Kwan, Managing Director, Morgan Stanley
CEO Software Firm, TBA

2:30pm The Fight for the Data Center—The Reigning Incumbents versus the Emerging Players

3:15pm Dissecting the Consumer Client Opportunity

4:00pm

Closing Remarks