The New Mexico Technology Council creates, organizes, participates, and facilitates both depth and breadth technology-related programs on behalf of its members and sponsors.
Presently, NMTC has the following programs:
The NMTC also has peer groups that meet on a regular basis. With the exception of our wine tasting events, all peer groups are free to attend for New Mexico Technology Council members.
See when the next peer group event is on our events calendar.
If you have suggestions or wish to support one of our existing peer groups, or if you would like to sponsor a new peer group, let us know!
The NMTC Cybersecurity Peer group meets bi-monthly to bring together companies, organizations and professionals working in Cybersecurity to share and learn about new developments and best practices and connect to pursue growth opportunities for New Mexico business in this important sector.
Women in Technology
NMTC’s popular Women in Technology Peer Group meets each month to serve as an educational and uplifting space. The Council has taken up the challenge to serve as mentors and visionaries for emerging female technology leaders, imparting our unique experience and maybe a touch of feminine nurturing. While attendees are mostly a gaggle of bright and sometimes sassy women, men are also welcome at these meetings.
The mission of C-Net is to provide a venue for Executives (C-Level, VPs, and other Business leaders) to have a private network to come together and share challenges, best practices and discuss the most critical issues faced by Executives in today’s technology driven business environment.
Big Data and Data Analytics
The Big Data Peer Group exists to share information on Big Data and Data Analytics being used locally. Our peer group is a place for people to share information and learn from each other on the subjects of Big Data and Data Analytics.
The purpose of this group is to create a stronger cooperation between companies, schools and individuals involved in 3D Printing and to contribute to New Mexico STEM education in that area. The committee meets on a quarterly basis for technical presentations, networking and to discuss committee initiatives.
This year, the Council established a partnership with the City of Albuquerque to coordinate and establish a focus committee to discuss efforts to bring community-based fiber optic networks to Albuquerque. The focus committee meetings will be used to help create the official Technology Action Plan for the City. In addition to helping the City, the Broadband group has learned more about available companies and technologies in the broadband space.
The Council partners with the New Mexico Chapter of Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) to host quarterly educational luncheons for its members as well as the community.