Second Annual MIR3 Intelligent Notification User Group Conference Takes Place February, 2015
Business leaders will gather to share use cases, success stories and best practices in using mass notification.
SAN DIEGO (January 6, 2015) – MIR3, Inc., the innovator of real-time Intelligent Notification (IN™) and response technology, today announced its second annual user conference, Waves 2015: Oceans of Opportunity, taking place February 8th – 10th in San Diego, California. The MIR3 team will introduce a wave of new product features and enhancements to provide even greater gains in productivity and safety. Representatives of sectors such as energy, higher education, finance, information technology and healthcare will attend the conference.
The 2015 user conference will build on the success of the initial 2014 conference and is intended to create a space for attendees to share and collaborate. The conference will be structured to provide networking opportunities, sharing of customer use cases, and updates from MIR3 engineering, support, training, and executives about current and future product development. Attendees will be treated to product demonstrations, in-depth training, sneak peeks of prototype products and the opportunity to speak one-on-one with MIR3 experts.
During the conference, the MIR3 executive team will share their vision of where the notification industry is headed and how they are prepared to ride that wave into the future. Attendees will have ample opportunity to respond and share their unique business challenges and concerns and will get the opportunity to vote for future feature development.
“Last year’s conference was such a success that we started planning our 2015 event immediately following,” said Ann Pickren, COO for MIR3 and organizer of the event. “We expect Waves 2015 to be of even greater value to our customers.” Pickren will host the event along with other MIR3 executives and staff. To learn more or register, visit Waves 2015: Oceans of Opportunity.
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