The architecture and engineering (A&E) conference season is beginning in earnest for Deltek.
Tonight and tomorrow we will be at the EFCG CFO conference in New York City. Don’t miss Bob Stalilonis’ presentation on project management best practices or Claus Thorsgaard’s on enabling better decision making.
Beginning Sunday, we’ll be at the ACEC Annual Convention & Legislative Summit in Washington, D.C. Don’t miss our presentations during Monday’s general session or Tuesday’s CIO Symposium. Bob is presenting again – this time the results of the Clarity A&E Study (in collaboration with the ACEC). Michelle Cipollone, a frequent contributor to this blog, is presenting three technology transforming engineering firms. Bob will also join a panel discussion on the benefits of integrating firm’s front and back offices. If you’ll be there please be sure to join the Deltek customer reception on Monday night – stop by booth #108 for details.
We are excited about EFCG and ACEC because of the opportunities to engage with customers to ensure they are getting the most value possible from their Vision solutions. This includes showing off the newest applications included in your maintenance, including Vision 7, Vision Navigator, Touch Time, and Touch CRM, Deltek’s new cloud offering and Deltek’s new social collaboration tool Kona.
For firms considering new solutions, we’ll be showing Deltek First Vision Essentials, the industry’s most advanced cloud-based application.
Whether in New York and Washington please stop by and say hello.