MicroMain Corporation, a leading provider of asset and facility management software and services, announced today that its 10th Annual Users Conference will be held November 2-3 in San Antonio, Texas. MicroMain will host a welcome reception for all users and guests on Monday evening, November 1. Held in historic San Antonio, the 2010 conference marks the first time the event will be held outside of Austin.
In celebration of 10 successful conferences, the 2010 conference will be held at the luxurious Hyatt Regency River Walk. The only hotel located on the River Walk that directly overlooks the Alamo, the Hyatt Regency offers MicroMain users immediate access to two top San Antonio attractions. In addition to special room rates, MicroMain users can take advantage of early-registration discounts, before October 8, and discounts for current support subscriptions.
“We’re going to make the 10th Anniversary Conference the best one yet with a new venue, new classes and new events,” said Joe Brummer, Executive Vice President with MicroMain. “We are excited to celebrate 10 successful conferences with this year’s event in San Antonio, one of the country’s top tourist destinations. Attendees will not only learn a lot, but also have a lot of fun.”
MicroMain’s Users Conference attracts users from all over the U.S. and other countries. Attendees learn about new software products and features, participate in tutorial training sessions, network with other users, and enjoy MicroMain’s special hospitality events. This year MicroMain will add best practices and MicroMain “challenges” to the agenda.
Different from most software users conferences, MicroMain provides a Computer Lab that remains open for the entirety of the conference. Users enjoy coming to the Lab at their convenience to meet privately with trainers and receive hands-on help at their own workstation.
After four years of sell-out response, MicroMain will continue to provide a special training classes following the conference in San Antonio. This allows users to take what they have learned at the conference and expand upon it with training in a classroom environment.
San Antonio is filled with significant arts, history, culture, museums and architecture. From the historic Alamo to the city’s major theme parks to the River Walk lined with restaurants, galleries and shops, San Antonio is a fun city with plenty for conference attendees to see and do.