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CRC welcomes customers to 2010 User Group Meeting

Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Scottsdale, Arizona – CRC Information Systems (CRC), developer of the industry leading MIS/ERP system, Nucleus, welcomed customers to the Spring 2010 CRC User Group Meeting for three days of presentations, meetings, and education.  Clients were also able to meet face-to-face with CRC developers allowing users an opportunity to meet the people behind CRC's exemplary software support while learning how to customize Nucleus to better fit their unique needs.

During his presentation to attendees, CRC Director Mike Bihlmeier surprised the group by adding a sneak peak of CRC's latest MIS development effort eNucleus to the agenda.  "We have been tight-lipped about the functionality, but I simply could not keep it under wraps any longer," explained Bihlmeier.  "Allowing clients a chance to look under the curtain provides our staff with immediate feedback which fuels and guides future development efforts."

"CRC has definitely created excitement with eNucleus," said Marcia LaBelle, VP of Operations for Nameplates for Industry, Inc.  "We cannot wait to get our hands on it." 

Yann Saint-Laurent, Systems Analyst for Canada Ticket, Inc. said, "I was very impressed with the eNucleus presentation.  I plan to immediately set up demonstrations for employees back at the shop."

As a result of the popularity, CRC has scheduled additional group online presentations of eNucleus to satisfy the interest of users that were not able to attend the meeting.  eNucleus is scheduled to be released for beta testing next month and expected to be released for sale in the 4th quarter.  Several clients have asked to be involved in beta testing and others are already placing orders.   




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