Time – it is the most valuable resource your team has. While you can’t literally add hours to the day, you can make time to focus on the work that has the greatest impact on your business.

Join Katie Cole (Director of Product Marketing at Perforce) ,Terry Williams (Senior Solutions Engineer at Perforce) to learn about our latest service offering, Helix Remote Administration (HRA). This service lets Helix Core customers capitalize on their team’s skills by giving them more time to focus on high-value work. Learn how HRA can help you:

  • Optimize Your Environment
  • Ensure Against Downtime
  • Have More Focus Time

Plus, hear from Matthew Mazza, CTO at Up360, on why his team chose HRA and how it has impacted their business since implementing it.

Get Time Back with HRA

Offload Helix Core administration to the pros at Perforce. 

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Presenters
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Katie Cole

Gaming Evangelist and Director of Product Marketing for Helix Core at Perforce

Katie is a product and marketing strategist who has spent over a dozen years helping high-tech companies get their solutions into the hands of the people who need them most.

Terry Williams

Terry Williams

Senior Solutions Engineer, Perforce Software

Terry works in a technical sales support capacity, supporting Perforce’s enterprise account executives. He has been in tech for the better part of 40 years – starting in the U.S. Navy and ending up at Perforce after a lengthy stop at IBM. He loves to help Perforce customers understand how the Helix Core version control can be a key backbone of their DevOps and Agile philosophies. In his spare time, he is really, really into private aviation, plays tennis and golf, and occasionally swim laps.

Matthew Mazza

Matthew Mazza

CTO, UP360

Matthew formed UP360 Inc with his business partner to extend VR simulations into the educational and industrial sectors. Currently he focuses on the overall development pipeline, and trajectory of UP360’s custom VR plugin. During the off hours he also teaches various Game Programming and Production courses as a Professor at Humber College.