April 17, 2002 Networking Dinner:
"Acquisition: Strategies for a Successful Exit"
here to register!
Technology Entrepreneurs Exchange ("Texchange") cordially
invites you to its Austin Technology Entrepreneurs’ Dinner and
p.m. Cocktails (cash bar) with our Special Guests
p.m. Dinner and Round-Table Discussion
p.m. Q&A/Open Discussion
by Arthur Andersen
Stephen F. Austin Hotel
701 Congress Avenue
Austin, TX 78701
Former CTO and Vice President of Corporate Development
fee is $30.00 for entrepreneur members, $45 for non-entrepreneur
members and $60.00 for non-members.
entrepreneur is a president, CEO or
founder of a company or any management personnel
from a company that is not a standard service
advertising, software development, web hosting, etc.).
menu, dinner, dessert included. Cash Bar available.
registration is now available! Click
here to register!
may also register by phone by calling: Bo Armstrong at 512.341.3705
require payment by credit card. Cancellations greater than
three business days from the event will be honored
and a credit towards the next Texchange
dinner will be issued. Cancellations less than three business
days from the event will be honored; however, no credits or refunds
will be issued. Replacements will always be honored.
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charges on your credit card statement will be from 123Signup, not
Former CTO and Vice President of Corporate Development, BMC Software
Kirill Tatarinov is an independent consultant in the areas of enterprise software, technology M&A; and advanced research. Mr. Tatarinov is involved with several privately held companies as a board member and advisor. He is also providing strategy-consulting services in the areas of Enterprise Management. Additionally, Mr. Tatarinov serves as an advisor to BMC Software’s CEO and President.
Mr. Tatarinov served as senior vice president and chief technology officer for BMC Software, Inc. from October 2000 through January 2002. In this role, Tatarinov was focused on driving the company’s technical vision and strategy including common technology platforms. He was also responsible for four of the company’s business units including Enterprise E-business, Performance and Network Management. Mr. Tatarinov was a key member of BMC’s senior executive team reporting directly to the CEO.
Prior to this position, he was the vice president of corporate development for BMC Software where he was responsible for merger and acquisition, strategic planning and advanced research activities. Under his leadership, BMC completed eight strategic acquisitions including New Dimensions, LTD. ($650M cash transaction, Israel) and Boole&Babbage;, Inc. ($950M stock transaction). Tatarinov was also responsible for PATROL business for BMC Software from 1994-1997, building this business from the ground up to over $100M in revenues in 1997.
Tatarinov was co-founder, chief architect and the head of research and development for Patrol Software, Pty. Ltd. in Sydney, Australia from 1991 through 1994. Patrol Software was the original developer of the industry leading PATROL product. Prior to co-founding Patrol Software in 1991, Tatarinov held positions with several computer and networking companies.
Tatarinov holds a Masters Degree in Computers from the Moscow University of Transport Engineering (MIIT) and a MBA from Houston Baptist University.
In January 2002, Computerworld named Mr. Tatarinov one of the Premier 100 IT Leaders.
Gene Albert - CEO, VidBook
Walter Bissex - Senior Counsel, Fulbright & Jaworski
Jim Hammock - Chairman, Hire.com
David Jemison, Ph.D. - Foster Parker Centennial Professor Of Finance And Management, UT
Matt Lyons - Partner, Brobeck
Mark Mai - Partner, Thompson & Knight
John Reece - former CFO, Tantau Software
Gary Reynolds - former CEO, Starlink
Elaine Wetmore - CEO, Austin Entrepreneurs Foundation
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