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About TCOSC

The Technology Council of Southern California is the premier forum for the region's technology leaders, providing events, connections, information and resources to help technology companies succeed.

Founded in 1991 as the Software Council of Southern California, the Technology Council has a long history of supporting technology companies across throughout the region. In 2016 the Technology Council joined forces with The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) to become a regional chapter of the Software & Services Division (SSD).

  • The Technology Council develops targeted, content-driven programs in Los Angeles and Orange Counties that encourage interactive discussions
  • The Technology Council provides opportunities for executives to meet and develop mutually beneficial relationships with people that will make a significant difference in their ongoing corporate and professional development, including both peers from other technology firms and senior partners from some of the most highly-regarded and well-respected professional services and capital firms.
  • The Technology Council is a resource for referrals, and disseminates important industry information through the press, its website, market research and newsletters.

As a chapter of SSD, Technology Council members can also leverage the many benefits associated with SIIA membership.

About SSD

The Software & Services Division of SIIA (SSD) represents the best software companies and products in the world, those companies that develop the applications, services, infrastructure and tools driving the success of today’s high-tech industry. SSD's programs and activities are designed to foster company growth and success by providing professional insights and strategy, executive networking, industry exposure and business development opportunities. SSD member executives actively collaborate to share business and operational expertise, best practices, and new innovations to help companies efficiently build growing and successful businesses.

Who We Are

The Technology Council of Southern California is the premier forum for the region's technology leaders, providing events, connections, information and resources to help technology companies succeed. Aa a member-responsive and member-driven association, we providing the best interaction, cooperation and information exchange in the region.
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What We Do

The Technology Council of Southern California provides key opportunities to connect with the people, processes and products that will significantly impact your business and professional growth. TCOSC’s programs and activities are designed to foster company growth and success by providing professional insights and strategy, executive networking, industry exposure and business development opportunities. Read More >>

Join TCOSC

Join TCOSC today and gain access to a network of industry leaders with a wealth of knowledge and experience you can’t find anywhere else. Becoming a member can move your company forward by connecting you with knowledge, exposure opportunities, latest tools and tactics, and unparalleled peer networking. No other organization provides more ways for the high-tech industry to connect with the people and resources they need to be successful.
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Sponsorship

The Technology Council of Southern California provides an ideal opportunity for associating your name and marketing messages with the "best of the best" in Southern California's dynamic technology industries. It guarantees to set you apart from your competitors. Sponsoring the Technology Council or one of its many events allows you to reach prospective clients and reinforce relationships with existing clients and build fruitful business relationships with key executives in Southern California’s technology industry. If you are interested in sponsorship, please contact: Rhianna Collier at +1.408.884.3834 or rcollier@siia.net.

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