Event Notices From October 29-31
Atrio To Present Microsoft Dynamics Sneak Peek: Pontiac-based Atrio Systems is hosting an exclusive Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Sneak Peek event on Friday, Nov. 12 from 9 to 11 a.m. It will be held at the Microsoft Office in Southfield. At this event, you will learn the benefits of the new Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Atrio Systems is giving you a unique opportunity to become one of the first to see the new Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. You will get to see a live demonstration highlighting some of the exciting new features of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011, including improving your sales qualification process, streamline sales cycles and ability to manage your work more efficiently. To attend this event and learn all about this innovative product, register at www.clicktoattend.com/?id=151777. All registered attendees will be entered into a drawing to receive Microsoft software and merchandise. For further information, contact Laura Cubbler at (248) 874-1758, ext. 114 or visit www.atriosystems.com. With more than 20 years of consulting experience, Atrio Systems, a sales, marketing and CRM consulting firm, helps companies shorten their sales cycles and win more business. As a Microsoft Certified Partner with a CRM specialization, Atrio’s focus on sales and marketing, combined with their technical knowledge makes them uniquely qualified to successfully work with companies and improve the maturity level of their sales processes. By utilizing their scalable implementation process, Atrio can customize CRM to suit any organization’s unique specifications.
MiCTA Presents Group Purchasing Case Study, Sponsors Booth at STEMtech: Saginaw-based MiCTA, a national, non-profit group purchasing organization, will present a case study at the 2010 STEMtech conference in Orlando, Fla. The study discusses the adoption of a WebStudy e-learning system by MiCTA member organization Kirtland Community College. Mark Burger, eServices Director at Kirtland Community College, and Gisele Larose, President of WebStudy, will co-present the session entitled “Successful LMS Migration That Saves Time and Money.” The session is scheduled to take place Wednesday, Nov. 3 at 8 a.m. In addition to presenting this informative case study, MiCTA will also sponsor Booth 323 at the STEMtech conference. All community college attendees are welcome to stop by Booth #323 to receive a complimentary one-year membership to MiCTA. MiCTA membership will enable attendees to take advantage of MiCTA’s exceptional pricing on a wide range of technology solutions, including Learning Management Systems, emergency notification systems, telecommunications services, Internet services, cellular and wireless services, specialty services, equipment purchases, and video integration services, as well as new contracts that are adopted in 2011. MiCTA represents thousands of higher education, K-12, health care, library, governmental and charitable entities. Nationally, MiCTA seeks to resolve common voice, video and data issues, provide helpful information, participate in legislative and regulatory telecommunications advocacy, and negotiate discounted purchase contracts for telecommunications and technology services for its members. For more information, visit www.mictatech.org.
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