April 29, 2002 -- The Prism-USA will hold its annual user conference on May 15th, 16th and 17th at the Coonamessett Inn and Conference Center in Falmouth Mass.
Attendance registration is at an all time high, with visitors coming from not only the United States, but also the UK, Australia and New Zealand. The three day agenda plans include product workshops and training sessions, new product announcements and demonstrations, user round table forums, and presentations from industry experts on a variety of user related issues.
Senior Managers from the Group Business Units, as well as members of Prism's Board of Directors, will be present to welcome attendees, and introduce all new users to the Global Prism Community.
Chris Johnson, Group Managing Director, in the opening session, will share the company's vision and strategic mission with attendees. David Sparling, Group Chief Technology Officer, along with Mark Andersen , VP of Development, USA will outline the overall development strategy for all of Prism's products.
According to Carol Andersen, CEO of Prism USA, "This year's conference will be one of the largest we have ever held. We are delighted to open this annual event up to the entire Prism community. The opportunity for this group to come together and share ideas, knowledge and experience from all over the world is invaluable. It is an opportunity that we are both pleased and proud to offer to our clients.
For more information on the Prism Group User Conference, please contact: June Suller Prism USA 800-842-5667 or visit the Prism web site at www.prism-usa.com
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