Call for Presentations for Software '96
M Greenberg (marta@mv.MV.COM)
Thu, 18 Apr 1996 13:58:02 -0400 (EDT)
CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS FOR NH SOFTWARE '96
The Software Association of New Hampshire (SwANH) will be holding
its third annual one day software conference on Oct. 9, 1996 at
the Center Of New Hampshire in Manchester. Last year's conference,
also held in Manchester, attracted over 400 participants and over 60
exhibitors from around NH and New England. The theme of this year's
conference is "Small Office/ Home Office Solutions". We will be
having several tracks of presentations related to this subject.
The current track plan includes:
TELECOMMUNICATIONS IN SOHO - might include topics on telephony,
networking, multimedia, Internet technology, etc.
SOHO TIPS, HINTS AND TRICKS
TECHNOLOGY TRENDS FOR THE SOHO MARKET - might include surveys of
systems and equipment useful to SOHO as well as software systems.
THE BUSINESS OF BEING A SOHO - might include business topics
related to SOHO such as marketing strategies, legal aspects of
SOHO, business systems including billing, accounting, sales
STAGE II SOHO - might includes topics relating to technology for
SOHO environments that are beyond startup. Such things as small
office networks, groupware technologies, etc.
TRENDS IN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT FOR SOHO - might include topics
relating new technologies for SOHO software companies and
companies who develop software for the growing software market.
If you or your company is a SOHO or your company is targeting
the SOHO marketplace, we would like to invite you to submit a topic
in one or more of the above categories to be considered for a
1 to 1 1/2 hour slot in the agenda. Your topic submissions should
have a title, a fifty (50) word or less description and should be
submitted on or before April 30, 1996. Submissions can be made
by e-mail to Kmontero@swanh.org. If you have any qustions, please
contact Paul Creme by phone at (603) 882 9716 or by e-mail at
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