Beamex User Group meeting set for March


Wednesday, 12 February, 2020

Beamex User Group meeting set for March

The Beamex User Group (BUG) third annual meeting is set to take place on 24–25 March 2020 in Rosehill, NSW. Hosted by AMS Instrumentation & Calibration, the positive response from the last two meetings suggests a large number of Beamex customers will attend this year’s meeting from industries across Australia.

The free-to-attend event will be held over two days, including a dinner for attendees on the evening of 24 March. With a number of recent and pending product releases, the user group will allow attendees to familiarise themselves with the Beamex product range and discuss strategies to improve management of calibration workloads. AMS is excited to have this opportunity to work with customers to build on their existing Beamex user experience.

Beamex’s Pertti Maki (Area Sales Manager) and Antti Makynen (Product Manager) will assist in running the program, which is currently being finalised. Other presenters will include Mike Farkas from AMS, with further guest speakers to be confirmed soon.

To register, contact sales@ams-ic.com.au.

Registrations close 28 February 2020.

What: Beamex User Group

When: 24–25 March 2020

Where: Rydges Parramatta

Meeting attendees are invited to attend a dinner at Rydges Parramatta on the evening of 24 March.

A special note for customers wishing to stay at Rydges Parramatta

To receive a special accommodation rate, guests must book direct via the link provided before 24 February: Booking Link Rydges Parramatta (Block name: AMS; Block ID: 226724).

Image credit: ©stock.adobe.com/au/hafakot

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