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Calendar  »  February 2012  »  Utah  »  Conferences & Conventions  » 
Xactware User Conference 2012
Sponsor: Xactware
Event Type: Conferences & Conventions
 
Event Dates:
 
2/16/2012 - 2/17/2012
Event Location:
 
Salt Lake City, UT - Grand America Hotel
Event Type:
 
Conferences & Conventions
Event Sponsor:
 
Xactware
Contact Title:
 
Koral Reid
Contact E-Mail:
 
user_conference at xactware dot com
Contact Phone:
 
801-932-8478
Website:
 
Event Description:
 
Xactware User Conference 2012 is an excellent opportunity to connect with peers, get valuable training, and catch a glimpse of the property industry’s future. Now in its third year, this two-day conference offers three full tracks with sessions tailored for insurance managers, contents adjusters, property insurance adjusters, contractors, specialty service providers, construction managers, underwriters, risk managers, and property preservation specialists. The conference also features expert panels, topic lunches, an evening reception, keynote address by industry experts, and much more.
Attendees can also meet with Xactware specialists to talk about current and future development, pick up time-saving techniques, discuss industry trends, get questions answered, and learn how to get the most value from Xactware’s tools.
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