Two Atlanta E-commerce experts will develop a private, electronic“Web community”/Intranet site for representatives of countries participating in the 9th Annual G-15 Summit for developing countries to be held in Montego Bay, Jamaica, Feb. 9-14.
Les Ottolenghi, president and CEO of Digital Commerce LLC and Eric Tumperi, president of Third Millenium Communications, also will discuss the future of international trading hubs on the Internet at the summit on Tuesday, Feb. 9.
Mr. Ottolenghi is the former chief information office of Carlson Wagonlit Travel and was named the 1998 “CIO of the Year” by the trade publication, Information Week. Mr. Tumperi is president of Third Millenium, which provides E-commerce services to numerous companies including Acordia, BellSouth and Emory Healthcare.
The Caribbean Institute of Technology (CIT), a collaborative venture among five partners including Atlanta-based Indusa LLC, which trains Jamaican students in computer programming and systems development, also is to be featured at the conference. Indusa is a part owner of Digital Commerce.
Seventeen heads of state representing the leading countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America will attend the summit.
For more information, call James Ram, president of Indusa, at (404) 321-4686. To learn more about the summit go to http://www.g15jamaica99.org