MAM Software announces forthcoming InfoDay
MAM to demonstrate the benefits of its latest product offering to existing and prospective customers
Due to the high level of interest created from its first InfoDay, MAM Software is delighted to announce its forthcoming InfoDay on October 23 in the Ayleford Room at the Manor Hotel Meridan, Birmingham. The free event, which is open to both existing and prospective customers, is being held to demonstrate how the latest advancements in cloud, mobile and online technology can help companies drive business performance.
MAM Software will be showcasing its latest innovative products during the event, including its brand new tablet app MAM StockTake, which significantly simplifies the stock count process, as well as its B2B and B2C e-commerce solutions to facilitate online trade.
MAM will also display its cloud computing solutions, which give businesses the chance to compete with leading organisations in terms of technology and IT infrastructure. Cloud hosted products are deployed via remote servers in a state-of-the-art data centre, which allows businesses to utilise the expertise of trained IT maintenance experts. Cloud hosting also offers the benefits of flexible monthly payments, remote data backups and automatic software updates.
There will also be experts on hand to give businesses the opportunity to ask for free advice or answer any questions they may have. These innovative product demos, presentations and networking opportunities ensure that businesses leave with new ideas and practical solutions to maximise productivity.
“Our InfoDay provides us with a great opportunity to meet and greet with our valued customer base and potential clients,” said Nigel Clemett, Commercial Director at MAM Software. “We look forward to demonstrating the benefits that our latest product offering has to offer, as well as our established products that have already helped thousands of business to optimise operations.”
Entry to the InfoDay is free, but places are limited, so please book now to avoid disappointment.