Toronto, ON – ESRI Canada is pleased to announce the 2007 Regional User Conferences. ESRI Canada’s annual Regional User Conferences, held in 16 cities across the country, provide users with an opportunity to see and hear first hand the exciting new developments with ESRI technology and to network with other ESRI users.
“This year we will be hosting six Regional User Conferences in the spring, and 10 in the fall at various locations across Canada,” said Alex Miller, President, ESRI Canada. “This is an important GIS event that provides GIS users with an opportunity to learn, share information, and discover best practices and tips and tricks that can be applied right away.”
All levels of GIS users will benefit from attending ESRI Canada’s Regional User Conferences. Each conference includes comprehensive briefings on ESRI technology with a focus on the latest developments of the software, keynote speakers who provide a vision of the future of GIS, breakout sessions that offer real-world examples and expert knowledge, a Solutions Expo that features various applications and related technologies, and the presentation of ESRI Canada’s Award of Excellence to individuals and companies for their outstanding achievements in the application of GIS technology. Many of our conferences will also include pre and post-conference workshops on a variety of topics, allowing GIS users to extend the learning opportunities of the conference. Members of the Technical Support team will be available at the Technical Support Island during a number of these events to provide users with personal, one-on-one support for ESRI products.
For more information about the 2007 ESRI Canada annual Regional User Conferences and to register, visit www.esricanada.com/events/eruc2007.
Early bird registration discounts are now available.