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MapInfo User Conference 2014: GIS Gets Personal

by Lorena Hathaway | March 11, 2014 | No Comments

mapinfo2014_200x118Memphis, a city that put its mark on the map with its passion for music and food will also soon be on the map for… mapping! We are excited to welcome the global GIS community to join us at the 2014 MapInfo User Conference, which will bring together our MapInfo technical developers, engineers, management team and GIS users in the heart of Memphis for over two days of breakout sessions, hands-on training and networking opportunities.

Attendees will gain insight into the emerging opportunities in GIS and location intelligence from our keynote speakers, including:

  • Guy Kawasaki, Author, Speaker, Investor and Special Advisor to the Motorola business unit of Google
  • Mark Smith CEO & Chief Research Officer, Ventana Research
  • Joe Francica, Author, Editor-in-Chief and Geospatial Technologist

They will also share critical insights and help attendees develop the GIS skills needed to be more efficient, effective and productive. These are the tips and tricks GIS users need to know in order to take full advantage of this cutting edge technology. By leveraging location-based data, companies can identify business growth opportunities such as choosing profitable locations for expansion, streamlining delivery routes and improving information sharing.

We hope you will join us in Memphis from June 11-13 for a fun filled, informative conference that is sure to help you gain critical skills and insights to increase your productivity and expand your location intelligence and GIS capabilities.

Click here for more information and to register today.

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