Iconics plans national strategic operation forums
Iconics , a Microsoft gold certified partner provider of Web-enabled, OPC-based, HMI/SCADA visualization and manufacturing intelligence software for Microsoft Windows operating systems, announces its 2007 free seminar series “ Strategies for Operational Excellence ,” held in major cities worldwide.
Plant engineers, operations managers, IT managers and automation directors are invited to learn how to stay ahead of the competition and leverage existing IT and automation infrastructures for real-time decision making. Topics range from how to best utilize the newly released Microsoft Windows Vista OS and 2007 Office system to the “64-bit Revolution” occurring within HMI/SCADA solutions. North American seminar locations include Detroit, Charlotte, Dallas, Houston, Minneapolis, Chicago, Toronto, Rochester, Philadelphia, Boston, Montreal, Nashville, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Denver and more.
“The Strategies for Operational Excellence seminar series allows Iconics to meet with top manufacturing and utility decision makers at a local level”, stated Tim Donaldson, director of marketing with Iconics. “These half-day events held locally worldwide allow for attendees to get current information they can use to help with their day-to-day operations”.
Seating for these free events is limited. For a complete list of locations and dates or to register, visit www.iconics.com/seminars .
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