The EMC CTO Ambassadors program was launched in April of this year and I introduced the program here. The main goal of the program is to create a global volunteer team to message EMC strategy to employees, customers, partners, and the industry. The program has been widely successful. Today we have over 30 CTO Ambassadors operating around the globe. We will have delivered over 100 customer meetings by the end of this year. After six months of operation I have learned of the need and power that a formal message feedback loop provides.
One of the unique components of our evangelist program is we capture and analyze feedback captured during each of our presentation engagements. Each CTO Ambassador presenter is accompanioned by a scribe that captures the audience comments, feedback, and action items. This feedback is entered into our database. On a quarterly basis this information is analyzed at the global level and by local geography. We look for the trends. This is used for input to tune our messages, and identify new message opportunities. In addition, this feedback is review by EMC senior management and product managers.
EMC employee's can review the previous quarters analysis on our team collaboration site here. The CTO Ambassador is supported by our Office of the CTO VisionX team. I recently had the opportunity to interview EMC's VisionX leader, Steve Todd.
Launching the CTO ambassador program has been a great learning experience that is benefiting EMC. Ultimately the industry benefits when EMC is communicating our strategy. Whether you agree with the strategy or not the dialogue ultimately benefits the industry. We are going to continue to grow the program. I am already partnering with John DeWolfe to support the EMC Field Briefing program and greater engagement through social media. If you are an EMC employee, and are interested in joining the EMC CTO Ambassador program, more information available on our group collaboration site here.