IT Alliance Focuses on 'E-Positioning' for Fall Conference

E-Positioning of firms who consult within the Internet and business continuum is the focus of the Information Technology Alliance's fall conference in Naples, FL, Oct. 25-28 at the Registry Resort.

'The conference is packed with timely information, great learning opportunities in and out of the sessions, and some surprises that are just plain fun, including our new 'Do YOU want to be a Geek Billionaire Contest,' says Bruce MacBain, conference chairman and a consultant with SOFTWARE First! in Lenexa, KS.

The agenda includes many well-known speakers from the accounting profession, including Sam Allred of Andersen ZurMuehlen & Co., P.C. in Helena, MT; Ron Holm of Business Applications Software in St. Paul; and Robert Lavery of ACCPAC International, Inc. in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.

A special panel focusing on E-Positioning will take place during the conference and will detail the shift from the traditional consulting model to one in which consolidation, solutions hosting, wireless communications and front-office applications are everyday factors.

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