Box's Aaron Levie Talks Reinventing Software for the Modern Workforce at SXSW on Monday, March 10

Written by Jessica Cox | January 29, 2014

See Aaron Levie at SXSW on Monday, March 10

Aaron Levie, co-founder and CEO of the file sharing and collaboration company Box, speaks with Fortune senior writer Jessi Hempel on Monday, March 10 at SXSW.

Since founding Box out of his college dorm room in 2005, Levie has grown the company to a $2 billion business that counts more than 20 million users and 200,000 companies globally. With many Fortune 500 companies as customers, the appeal of Box has shown far and wide.

Over the years, Levie's intuition has proved critical to the company's success. The freemium business model, third-party application integrations and pivot into the Enterprise market have positioned Box as a leader in the content collaboration and storage sector. By continuing to innovate and evolve its products while remaining firm to its mission of providing companies with an easy way to connect and collaborate, Box holds endless potential.

Levie joins Fortune's Jessi Hempel, a senior writer covering technology and the Internet, to discuss reinventing the IT department for the workforce of tomorrow. Attend their conversation at SXSW in Ballroom D of the Austin Convention Center on Monday, March 10 at 9:30 am.

All sessions that occur in Ballroom D are convergence and therefore open to all Interactive, Film, Gold and Platinum badgeholders.

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