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Area firms to present at DEMOgala

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September 29, 2011 --

DENVER - Some futuristic technologies that can be used by consumers will be presented by companies across the state at the Colorado Technology Association's Seventh Annual DEMOgala on Friday, Oct. 14, at the Sheraton Denver Downtown, 1550 Court Place, Denver.

Vail Resorts Inc. in Broomfield is expected to show off its latest EpicMix product - a software program that gathers information about skiers and posts it in a social networking site online, in a panel discussion at the event.

Tagwhat in Boulder, a tour guide smartphone-application company, also is expected to present information, as is Oracle America Inc. in Broomfield, according to the Colorado Technology Association.

Companies in the Boulder Valley that are members of the association include:

BI Inc., Boulder, electronic monitoring devices.
Booyah Networks, Boulder, digital marketing and technologies.
Crispin, Porter + Bogusky, Boulder, advertising and marketing.
Foundry Group, Boulder, venture capital.
MWH Global Inc., Broomfield, engineering, construction and consulting.
nVoq Inc., Boulder, speech-based software.
Oracle America Inc., Broomfield, computer software.
Standing Cloud Inc., Boulder, cloud computing.
Tagwhat, Boulder, social networking.
Tango Group, Boulder, computer software.
Vail Resorts Inc., Broomfield, ski resort owner/manager.
Vertiba Inc., Boulder, software sales.
Votigo Inc., Boulder, social media contests.

"Colorado firms are leading the way in augmented technology," said Su Hawk, president of the Colorado Technology Association. "DEMOgala provides a tremendous opportunity for business leaders and IT professionals to gain insights into the latest technology developments so that they can help their companies be better positioned for tomorrow."

The Denver-based Colorado Technology Association has more than 5,000 members, which represent more than $4.5 billion to the state's economy, according to the trade group.

Cost to attend for nonmembers is $250 if tickets are purchased by Sept. 30, $300 after that. Cost for members is $175 by Sept. 30, $225 after that.

Register online at, or call Cathy Lurie at 303-592-4069 or 303-990-1783.

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