Emerson conference to focus on excellence
Dubai, June 12, 2013
Delegates will discuss competing in challenging economic times and will share their experiences at a three-day event to be held in Germany next year.
The 2014 Emerson Global Users Exchange, Europe, Middle East and Africa, themed 'Breakthrough to Excellence', will be held from April 1 to 3 at the International Congress Center in Stuttgart, Germany.
The event will again be tailored to meet the needs of users from the three regions. Delegates will learn how their peers are competing in challenging economic times, from using technology to compensate for the shortage of people and skills, to maximising the life cycle value of investments, said a statement.
The user-driven conference is looking for presentations that support the ‘Breakthrough to Excellence’ theme. Users can share their experiences and expertise with their process automation peers, by giving a presentation at the event.
The 2014 programme will follow the same format as previous Global Users Exchange events by offering presentations, industry forums, solutions exhibition and product roadmaps. Delegates will be able to choose from presentations in English, German and Russian.
An important element of the conference is the opportunity it provides to network with other delegates and industry leaders, gain new perspectives, and discover how others are making the most of their resources. Delegates will also be able to meet with the experts behind the technologies and learn how innovative technologies can be put to work. - TradeArabia News Service
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