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Register Now - 2018 User Group Conferences

Each year Asset Edge hold user group conferences in various locations across Australia. Conferences generally run over 1.5 days allowing us a little time to get to know you and for you to network with others. 

We aim to share the latest enhancements of the core solutions in use across our customer base, we showcase the ingenious efforts our customers have achieved utilising our products over the last 12 months and provide a forum for discussion which allows the customer to guide our future development of these solutions.  We pride ourselves in listening to and working with our clients to deliver products of 'today'.

Conference attendees will leave with some great ideas to broaden and improve asset maintenance management at your Council. 

Dates and Locations for our 2018 User Group Conferences                                   

            

Registrations are now opened for the 2018 UGC's and seats are limited at each venue.  Should representatives from your Organisation wish to attend - we recommend you register early. 

This year we have introduced an online registration process via 

To register - please go to    https://bookwhen.com/assetedgetraining      

There is no need to login to bookwhen - simply select the venue you wish to attend and then proceed to Ticket booking.  A purchase order number is required upon completing the online registration.

Information relating to each selected event is available under the 'View Details' box.  The Conference Agenda is also available within the registration screen (under Documents) or you may download here.

If you have any questions regarding any of our Conferences or you are unable to complete the online booking process - please contact our Support Team on 1300 219 552.

We look forward to seeing you at one of our conferences!

 

2017 USER GROUP CONTENT

* Case Studies

* Conference Notes

* Survey Results   

* Conference Agenda

2016  USER GROUP CONTENT 

Case Studies

* Conference Notes