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Roy's Postcards: 1988/09/01
We're Going to Miss You in Nashville!
Don't Miss Out!!
The 18th International Software AG Users' Conference at the Opryland Hotel in Nashville is just weeks away!
On September 25 of this year, we will have delivered 25 new products or product versions since our last User's Conference (Novermber, 1987) in Miami! This is the largest number of product announcements that Software AG has ever made in any one year in its 18-year history! In keeping with our conference theme, we have truly "Exceeded the Expected."
Not surprisingly, the agenda in Nashville this year will be full of sessions and announcements you will not want to miss. Here are some highlights:
- We will be announcing 8 new products that are available for delivery October 1, 1988;
- We are announcing 12 new product versions—available for immediate delivery;
- And we will be discussing our Research & Development plans, which include new release versions, for both IBM and VAX users, of all our current 38 products in the next 12 months!!
In addition, new strategies will be announced, including icon-driven CASE technology; future performance enhancements; new hardware platforms; and new tools for data center management.
These products, and others which will be announced, delivered and demonstrated at the Nashville conference, address key areas of your information management strategy. The also represent a further extension of our Open, Integrated Software Architecture (ISA), introduced last year, into all areas of information management, applications design and development, communication and end user services.
We'll plan on seeing you in Nashville!
FOR IMMEDIATE REGISTRATION, CALL 1-703-648-2566.
ASK FOR THE USERS' CONFERENCE REGISTAR.
YOUR ORGANIZATION CAN BE BILLED!!
NOTE: Please have your Software AG customer number ready when you call. If you have already registered please disregard.
I lost my will to make fun of this when I typed that the theme of the conference was "Exceed[ing] the Expected". Enjoy the vintage mainframe-era advertising.
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