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Scanco Announces Diamond Sponsorship of Meeting of the Minds 2014
December 4th 2013 19:49:15 PM
Mobile barcode application leader, Scanco, sponsors 90 Minds’ annual Meeting of the Minds conference
Scanco, a leader in mobile barcoding solutions and warehouse management technology, announced today their Diamond Sponsorship of the 2014 Meeting of the Minds conference.
90 Minds’ third annual Meeting of the Minds two day conference will be held in San Diego, California on February 21 – 22, 2014. Designed to help Sage partners and resellers get the most out of their business solutions and solve customer issues, Meeting of the Minds is open to 90 Minds members and explores the important trends impacting businesses today. In addition to sponsoring this year’s conference, Scanco will be presenting a session on how to use the Cloud and mobile devices for inventory management purposes.
“The 90 Minds annual Meeting of the Minds conference is a unique opportunity for Sage resellers of all shapes and sizes to come together and hash out the important issues impacting their practices, today and in the near future. This year we have added a business track to complement our technical track and have added an event night activity,” said 90 Minds Admin Council member, Peter Wolf of Azamba Consulting Group. “We expect a great turnout. We are pleased to have Scanco as our Diamond Sponsor and we look forward to hearing more about how their mobile barcoding and warehouse management products can help our customers reach their goals.”
“Scanco is very excited to participate in this year’s Meeting of the Minds conference,” says Shaun Boros, Partner at Scanco. “Our decision to sponsor Meeting of the Minds was an easy decision to make. We believe that everyone should be armed with the knowledge to make their business efforts a success, and 90 Minds is doing just that. Through this conference, we hope to spread awareness of the Cloud and mobile technology and show Sage resellers how these new innovations can be used to achieve full warehouse automation.”