Data is being used, viewed and entered everywhere by people using a range of devices, writes Mike Ruane, president and CEO of Revelation Software, in an open letter to Revelation users on the company website. And increasingly, he notes, Revelation's users and customers are beginning to expect access to their data whenever they want it, wherever they want it.
According to Ruane, Revelation has a number of solutions to customers' emerging requirements, but one that stands out is O4W- OpenInsight for Web. Revelation's vendors and partners have solutions as well, he adds, but as usual, the dilemma is, how do customers find time to learn about them? "We have an answer," says Ruane, "the 2011 Revelation Software Users' Conference."
Aside from the customary mix of technical and training sessions, Revelation will be providing two, in-depth OpenInsight for Web (O4W) training sessions at this year's conference. By attending both, Revelation says, users will receive valuable information on how to provide browser access to their applications. Users will also receive certification that they have completed the course successfully.
In addition, vendors will be demonstrating their successful O4W applications, displaying other solutions, and offering ideas, advice and answers to attendees' questions. There will also be developers, consultants, owners, and end users, as well as Revelation staff, at the conference who can discuss attendees' concerns and ideas with them.
The Revelation Users' Conference will be held at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. The conference dates are Tuesday, October 4 - Friday, October 7. Go to www.revelationconference.com for complete conference details.