NEW ORLEANS, April 30 - May 3, 2018

“Enterprise software doesn’t need to cost millions of dollars anymore.”

- Jay Simons, President, Atlassian

SaaS Monster is the world’s leading SaaS conference, connecting more than 5,000 CIOs and CTOs, buyers and sellers, experts and investors, startups and established companies.

A ticket to SaaS Monster is the same cost as a ticket to Collision. Your ticket gives you access to all of SaaS Monster's sessions, as well as more than a dozen other conferences held during Collision.

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SaaS Monster is the world’s largest and most important technology marketplace, a crossroads for the world’s largest buyers and sellers of technology, alongside many of the world’s most disruptive emerging technology companies. It will feature the most disruptive startups and companies in cloud computing, big data, security, marketing, customer service, and enterprise technology.

Big Data

A dedicated track within the two-day SaaS Monster tailored to those working with big data. Attendees will hear from leaders of large and small enterprise software companies from around the world.

Why should financial services care about big data?
How can big data drive competitive intelligence?
What makes a big data project succeed?
How as a society can we better handle the data we’re collecting?
What will big data’s impact be on the future of advertising?


A dedicated track within the SaaS Monster tailored to those who are creating innovative cloud computing solutions. Attendees will hear from the world’s leading tech companies implementing these solutions on a large scale, making their businesses more effective and efficient.

Cloud computing and security risks: How are services really protecting our data?
Are cloud projects in businesses potentially being compromised by a shortage of employees with relevant skills?
What is the role of public, private and hybrid in shaping the shaping the the future of the cloud?
Revolutionising processes and driving efficiency: How does the cloud impact different industries?

Enterprise Security

A dedicated track within the two-day SaaS Monster tailored to those increasingly forced to take security into consideration while making decisions in their companies. Attendees will hear from the people creating and using innovative cybersecurity solutions to protect businesses.

Threat intelligence versus risk: How much cybersecurity is enough?
How do you develop a cybersecurity risk assessment?
How can we use cybersecurity to generate business value?
How can you protect against threats when every device in your company is connected?
What can you do to stay ahead of cybersecurity threats without slowing down your business?

Enterprise Technology

A dedicated track within the two-day SaaS Monster tailored to those creating new SaaS solutions, and the companies using them. Attendees will hear from leaders at the centre of these IT paradigm shifts and startup vendors in the market.

Decentralisation and open source: Is this the future of enterprise software?
What are the most likely future trends in secure SaaS applications?
What does the enterprise software protection roadmap look like and how will this technology evolve?
How can enterprise applications also be platforms in order to scale into the largest enterprises?
What flexibility will the hybrid cloud offer?


Wearable tech isn’t just watches or wristbands. More than gimmick, if done right, wearables can monitor health conditions and keep track without excessive effort on the part of the user.

How much we can know about our thoughts, behaviors and actions to become better?
Is smart clothing a more ready-to-wear wearable option?
Will tracking go beyond steps taken during a day, whether examining brain activity or nuanced athletic performance?

A confluence of start-ups, venture capitalists and investors USA Today

It is the best. Period. Robert Scoble

It is literally exploding with innovative ideas and products from the tech world's best-of-the-best. Fox News

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