Datex debuted a brand new website introducing Discover 09, their end user conference to be held Oct. 20-23 at the Don Cesar Beach Resort in St. Petersburg Beach, FL. Discover 09 is an event offering current Datex clientele the opportunity to get in depth, intense training on the software and hardware they currently use in order to gain a better understanding of how to maximize efficiency and productivity, while gaining priceless insight to the whole developmental process. Focus will also be made on forthcoming Datex software, as well as upcoming advances in related technologies to assist users in preparing for the future.
The conference will consist of two and a half intensive days of training, with attendees choosing a track specifically geared towards the Datex and partner products implemented in their current systems. Specialized courses including RFID technology, creating Crystal Reports, lot traceability, business intelligence, and activity based management are just a few of the topics to be offered. After a long day of training, attendees will be invited to attend evening events, perfect for networking in a casual atmosphere.
Shelley Smart, Vice-President of Operations at Datex Corporation, states “Our hope for Discover 09 is that our clients will receive an abundance of knowledge about their current systems and hardware, while networking with other industry professionals in a fun and relaxing environment. It’s nearly impossible to gain this amount of skill without the opportunity to train with professionals, face to face, where specific issues and questions can be addressed. Our user conference looks to provide them with that valuable opportunity.”
For more information on Datex 2009 User Conference, visit www.datexconference.com
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