Phoenix 2014 - April 7th-10th
Release Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2013
SAPUG - Seattle Area Pick User Group
Date: Thursday, Jun 20
Time: 06:30pm - 07:30pm
Location: The Coast Hotel, 625 116th Ave NE
TEXMUG - Texas MultiValue User Group
Location: Dave & Busters, 425 Curtis Mathes Way
Speaker: "Pick-Cloud" ; presenter Mark Pick
CMUG - Colorado MultiValue Users Group
Date: Thursday, Aug 15
Time: 05:30pm - 08:00pm
Location: Rocket Software, 4600 South Ulster Street, Suite 1100, Denver
SoCalRUG - Southern Calif Revelation UserGroup
Location: SRP Computer Solutions Office
Speaker: Mike Ruane - Revelation Software
Atlanta Area Pick Users Group - AAPUG
Location: Aldo's Italian Restaurant
Location: Valparaiso University
Informer Power User Roadshow
About SAPUG - Seattle Area Pick User Group
SAPUG is for all developers, vendors, and end-users in the greater Seattle area who use Multi-Value (aka "Pick") databases. This includes Universe, UniData, Revelation, jBase, General Automation, Reality, Mentor, D3, Ultimate, etc.
There is no membership roster; all activities are self-funding, so we need your continued participation to keep SAPUG going.
SAPUG meetings are a perfect place to network, trade tips and ideas, and keep in touch with other users such as yourself.
For more information, visit http://www.sapug.org
About TEXMUG - Texas MultiValue User Group
The Texas Multi-Value User Group (TEXMUG) is a technical/professional group of end users, developers, and suppliers, networking together to enhance member skills and knowledge. Presentations cover database tuning, programming methods, application development tools, issues related to multi-value environments, and current events in the MV industry. Topics of general interest to IT professionals such as Data Warehousing, SQL, C#, Java, Reporting Services, and Business Intelligence are also addressed, with a view to integration/interoperation with an MV environment. There are many present day variants of the original Pick/Nelson database model: IBM-U2, Pick D3, Arev, OpenInsight, QM, MaVerick, mvOn, Cache`, RealityX, Jbase, to name a few, as well as many providers of MV-aware BI tools, middle-ware, and integrated development environments. We believe that consistent participation in an effective user group by people with an interest in Multi-Value will sharpen their own knowledge, foster a more vibrant MV 'space' in the IT world, spread the passion for the MV database model to other IT professionals, and help extend the life and effectiveness of MV embedded applications. You are cordially invited to meet other MV professionals and Users at the next meeting of TEXMUG.
For more information, visit http://www.texmug.org/
About CMUG - Colorado MultiValue Users Group
For more information, visit http://cmug.zohosites.com/
About SoCalRUG - Southern Calif Revelation UserGroup
For more information, visit http://www.srpcs.com/rev_socalrug.aspx
About Atlanta Area Pick Users Group - AAPUG
To promote the exchange of information and experience among MultiValue Users, to educate users through meetings, newletters, seminars, and technical sessions, and to provide assistance to Users from a common pool of User and Vendor experience.
For more information, visit http://www.aapug.org
Entrinsik, Inc. is the market leader in providing web-based operational and analytical reporting tools to the MultiValue marketplace. Today, with Informer Web Reporting, thousands of end-users using MultiValue databases enjoy the ability to leverage the Web to share information assets with virtually unlimited number of people anywhere at any time. With its intuitive, easy-to-use interface, Informer provides end-users, IT staff, and executives a business intelligence environment and consistent, real-time information impacting key business processes. Spectrum Magazine has described Informer as a "supercharged reporting tool...designed for decision-makers."
Founded in 1984 and in the MultiValue market since, Entrinsik aims to provide leading edge technology and unsurpassed service to their customers.
For more information, visit http://www.entrinsik.com