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Encompix ETO ERP Meeting to Introduce Version 9.3








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Encompix ETO ERP Meeting to Introduce Version 9.3

Author: Roger Meloy

Whether a senior Engineer-to-order executive, IT manager, or ETO ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) end-user, the Encompix Customer Conference will provide immediate value. The conference is being held in Dearborn Michigan, May 9 � 11, 2005.

The agenda includes sessions that cover financial accounting, job costing, inventory, material planning, engineering, manufacturing, purchasing, CRM, reporting, and information technology.

� Job Costing Redesign
� Contribution Reporting
� Redesign
� Mfg. Part Processing
� Project Reserved Inventory
� E-BOM
� 3D CAD/PLM/Document
� Management
� Financial Enhancements
� Encompix CRM
� Time & Material Focus
� Microsoft and Encompix

Benefits:
� Get updates on Encompix future technology direction
� Learn about version 9.3
� Review new product offerings from Encompix partners
� Input your ideas into future product development
� Obtain best practices from other customers, partners and industry experts
� Network with your peers in your industry
� Meet with all key Encompix personnel

Early Bird Registration is being accepted until April 8, 2005; the fee is $595.
Regular Registration is being accepted until April 22, 2005; the fee is $695.

The conference fee covers:
� Dinner at Automotive Hall of Fame
� Breakfast, lunch and dinner Tuesday
� All special events
� Breakfast Wednesday
� All conference materials

For more conference information go to http://www.encompix.com/conf2005/2005confinvite.pdf or inquire with Heather Lucas at e-mail protected from spam bots.

Encompix (www.encompix.com) has filled the manufacturing software requirements of Engineer-to-Order companies since 1992. The company name reflects our commitment to developing business application solutions that encompass the complex areas of project-based and job-based manufacturing.

Encompix provides ETO manufacturers with a competitive advantage by improving bottom line results.

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Roger Meloy
Encompix
513-733-0066

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