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Registration Opens for iDashboards' Annual Users Conference, Global Representation Expected Amongst Attendees

Dashboard Fanatics From Around the World Will Share Their Enthusiasm for Data Visualization

TROY, MI -- (Marketwire) -- 12/06/12 -- iDashboards, leader in business intelligence dashboard software, has announced registration for the company's annual Users Conference is now open. The conference will be held at the JW Marriott New Orleans in Louisiana from May 20 through May 23, 2013, and is expected to bring dashboard fanatics from around the world together to share their knowledge and experience in the effective design and presentation of business dashboards. Information regarding the conference and registration can be found at http://iDashboards.com/UsersConference.

The conference has been designed to provide attendees with a diverse collection of speakers and breakout sessions, offering a well-rounded platform for continued education centered upon iDashboards' product functionality and business intelligence best practices. This year's agenda has been based largely around attendee feedback, and will feature Business, Product and Case Study tracks.

Keynote speaker Tom Wujec will set the tone for the conference as he shares his unique methodology on how to adopt visual thinking as a principal tool to foster innovation. Tom is widely recognized as a world renowned expert on innovation, Fellow at Autodesk, and the author of several books including Return on Imagination, Five Star Mind and Imagine Design Create.

In addition to Tom Wujec's keynote speech and breakout sessions, this year's Users Conference will also feature customer speakers, a deep dive in iDashboards v8.0's new product features, networking opportunities and a valuable opportunity for post-conference iDashboards training.

"As the adoption of business dashboards continues to become increasingly widespread, we are seeing significantly greater diversity amongst our users worldwide," said Shadan Malik, CEO of iDashboards. "We are excited to unite this varied group of dashboard practitioners for the opportunity to learn not only from our talented dashboard design team, but also from one another."

iDashboards has issued a "Call for Speakers" for the 2013 Users Conference and is open to all iDashboards Customers and Partners. Users of iDashboards with a unique or engaging presentation are urged to fill out the application and submit their topic idea. A link for the "Call for Speakers" application can be found at http://iDashboards.com/UsersConference.

About iDashboards
Through award-winning engineering and patented technology, iDashboards is helping organizations leverage their information assets through visually rich, real-time and personalized business intelligence dashboards. iDashboards' global customer base consists of organizations ranging from large, Fortune 500 companies to small and medium-sized businesses, all of which are making quicker, and better, decisions with the help of iDashboards. Applications include: executive dashboards, metrics dashboards and management dashboards. The company is privately held and headquartered in Troy, Michigan. To find out more about iDashboards' solutions, or download a free 30 trial day, visit www.iDashboards.com.

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