Belgravium and Data Systems International are proud to announce...A FREE SEMINAR FOR ERP PROFESSIONALS

The Belgravium-DSI Seminar is a truly worthwhile event for existing and prospective users of ERP systems. In one single morning you can :

 Discover how the power of real-time IT can enable your ERP system to surpass expectations, maximising efficiency whilst minimising costs.
 Bring yourself up-to-speed on the future direction of mobile computing technologies such as Windows Application Software, RFDC, RFID and bar coding.
 Hear case studies and witness practical examples of current ERP applications. The 2006 Seminar will see approved ERP specialists on hand with experience of wireless integration, RFID implementation, ERP Best Practice amongst other topics.


Format of the event

During the morning session delegates are invited to hear papers on ERP wireless implementation and general Mobile Computing themes delivered by expert advisors from Belgravium and DSI.

During and after lunch delegates will be able to continue dialogue with DSI and Belgravium personnel. An area will be set aside for practical demonstrations of DSI software and Belgravium Mobile Computing hardware. In addition, delegates will be able to view the Museum attractions that the carefully selected venue provides.

Northern Seminar - 23rd March 2006
The Northern Seminar will be held at The Lowry, The Quays, Trafford Wharf, Trafford Park, Manchester M17 1TZ.

A dazzling, award winning building in a stunning waterside location. One of the most exciting art galleries in Britain just opposite the Imperial War Museum, which delegates will be able to visit free of charge courtesy of the seminar sponsors.

A prize draw will take place during lunch. First prize is a pair of tickets for seats in Belgraviums executive box at Manchester Uniteds Old Trafford ground (for the game against Middlesbrough on Saturday 22nd April), plus an Apple I-Pod device. Second prize is an Apple I-Pod device.

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