Software User Group
Local User Group Events and Contacts. In some countries, users of Software AG products have organized local working groups. Members of such local user groups are also welcome to participate in the International User Groups.
In collaboration with our Business Alliance Partners Henry Schein/Vetstreet and IDEXX we are pleased to present the following optional Software User Groups. There is no cost to participate in a group and participation is not limited to conference attendees.
The Aspect Software User Group Association (ASUGA) is a free organization dedicated to enhancing the user experience with, and knowledge of, the products offered by Aspect Software through the exchange of information between members, and partnerships with Aspect Software …
Launch2018 is a two-day User Group Meeting (UGM), in Berlin. Our welcome reception and registration begins the evening of September 10 with the main event on September 11-12.
Members of these local groups are also welcome to participate in the International User Groups and our upcoming conference. For more information on your local user group, contact your local Software …
The Original Act! Software User’s Group in Boca Raton. I started the Act!Software Users Group in person in my home in Boca Raton, Fl. These face-to-face meetings were usually made up of approximately 25 to 50 “Act! fanatics” who were interested in learning more about the Act! software while they enjoyed each other’s company and tasty goodies.
A users’ group (also user’s group or user group) is a type of club focused on the use of a particular technology, usually (but not always) computer-related. Users’ groups started in the early days of mainframe computers, as a way to share sometimes hard-won knowledge and useful software, usually written by end users independently of the vendor
The MRI Software Users Group
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In personal or business computing, a user group is a set of people who have similar interests, goals, or concerns. The members have regular meetings where they can share their ideas. Ideally, the members of a user group live in the same geographic area, so they can get together in person. However