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Mr. Tim Perlick

Wrong Tim Perlick?

Senior Director of Professional D...

Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc.
20 S. Wacker Dr.
Chicago , Illinois 60606
United States

Company Description: CME Group Inc., formerly Chicago Mercantile Exchange Holdings Inc., offers a range of products available across all asset classes, including futures and options on...   more
Background

Employment History

Education

  • Bachelors Degree
    Stanford University
  • MBA , Finance and Accounting
    University of Chicago
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For users such as Timothy ...
www.trainingmag.com, 27 Nov 2008 [cached]
For users such as Timothy Perlick, director of online education at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), calculating such costs can tip the scales in open source's favor. Right now, his organization pays approximately $60,000 per year to a proprietary vendor to license 4,000 student seats. Whenever usership expands beyond that allotment, says Perlick, CME must "move users off" the system to make room for new ones to avoid incurring additional fees.
Because his company's goal is to expand its course offerings and offer them to even more users over the next few years, Perlick's team is "strongly considering" switching from proprietary to open source in the near future. "With the growth we're experiencing, we easily could start incurring $100,000 to $125,000 per year in licensing fees," says Perlick. "For us, the decision isn't necessarily about up-front savings; it's about the long term. With open source, once we have it set up, we won't have a licensing fee to pay—regardless of how much usage goes up." That said, Perlick adds, it's a good idea to get a support contract for any LMS for at least the first two years to support the administrators and instructors to ensure maximum deployment. When using a proprietary LMS, a support contract typically runs 20 percent on top of the licensing.
Slave to the System
Fear of vulnerability is yet another reason cited by open-source users who consider for-profit LMSs "too risky" a proposition. "Despite all of the consolidations that have taken place, we still have a very fragmented market, particularly within the smaller LMS market," says Perlick.
Welcome to Wall Street University - Educational Training Courses for Investors
www.wallstreetuniversity.org, 1 Sept 2006 [cached]
Tim Perlick, Chief Learning Officer
Mr. Perlick has an international reputation for developing world class educational programs for leading companies and organizations such as Flextronics International (Singapore), FrontRange Solutions(USA), Thomson Higher Education (USA), University of Applied Science Bremen (Germany), Graybar Electric Company (USA), The Mexican Federal Government (Office of the President), Elektra Stores (Mexico), Banco Azteca (Mexico) and TV Azteca (Mexico).Mr. Perlick currently serves as Chief Learning Officer of WallStreet University and Senior Associate for Supply Chain Management at Rutgers University.Tim received his Bachelors Degree from Stanford University and his MBA in Finance and Accounting from the University of Chicago.
Tim Perlick Senior ...
www.leonardbartongroup.com [cached]
Tim Perlick Senior Director- Professional Development CME Group
For users such as Timothy ...
www.trainingmag.com, 31 July 2007 [cached]
For users such as Timothy Perlick, director of online education at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), calculating such costs can tip the scales in open source's favor.Right now, his organization pays approximately $60,000 per year to a proprietary vendor to license 4,000 student seats.Whenever usership expands beyond that allotment, says Perlick, CME must "move users off" the system to make room for new ones to avoid incurring additional fees.
Because his company's goal is to expand its course offerings and offer them to even more users over the next few years, Perlick's team is "strongly considering" switching from proprietary to open source in the near future."With the growth we're experiencing, we easily could start incurring $100,000 to $125,000 per year in licensing fees," says Perlick."For us, the decision isn't necessarily about up-front savings; it's about the long term.With open source, once we have it set up, we won't have a licensing fee to pay,regardless of how much usage goes up."That said, Perlick adds, it's a good idea to get a support contract for any LMS for at least the first two years to support the administrators and instructors to ensure maximum deployment.When using a proprietary LMS, a support contract typically runs 20 percent on top of the licensing.
Slave to the System
Fear of vulnerability is yet another reason cited by open-source users who consider for-profit LMSs "too risky" a proposition."Despite all of the consolidations that have taken place, we still have a very fragmented market, particularly within the smaller LMS market," says Perlick.
August 23, 2007 - Making "No" Sound Nice
www.trainingmagevents.com, 23 Aug 2007 [cached]
Tim Perlick (Timothy.Perlick@cme.com) points to the Rutgers Institute for Management and Executive Development (RIMED) at Rutgers University in New Jersey, which offers a program designed to bridge the gap between academic management theory and real-world corporate application.
Working in partnership with client companies, RIMED builds blended management development programs tailored to the particular needs of its corporate and industry partners.Current programs include supply chain management, channel marketing and sales management, among others.RIMED offers an array of pricing options.One option, according to Perlick, is to pay $2,500 per learner for groups of 15 or more.
Perlick works in online market education at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. in Chicago, Ill.He is also on the faculty of Rutgers University.
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