McCormick Systems to host 25th annual user's conference
February 15, 2007 -- The event is aimed at contractors who use the company's software to estimate and manage electrical and automated building systems projects.
February 15, 2007 -- McCormick Systems announced that its 25th annual User's Conference will be held April 18-21 in Phoenix, AZ.
The event is aimed at contractors who use the company's software to estimate and manage electrical and automated building systems projects, and includes two full days of meetings plus access to an on-site computer lab. Users can use the lab to try out ideas they hear during the conference, with or without help from McCormick staff.
The conference will also feature an annual segment titled, "What You Have On Your Computer That You Aren't Using." The intent of this presentation is to alert contractors to many elements included as "standard" items in the McCormick estimating software might be easily overlooked. According to the company, such elements include: options for keeping pricing current; project documentation; accessing the estimating system remotely; and general information on estimating.
"Our customers tell us they want to be able to do more estimates, faster, and more accurately, with the same resources in terms of people and equipment," says Todd McCormick, the company's president. "Our agenda this year primarily focuses on those concerns."