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Construction Business Professionals Invited to Transform at Maxwell Systems 2014 Annual Conference With Best Practices for Profitable Growth

KING OF PRUSSIA, PA -- (Marketwired) -- 12/04/13 -- Maxwell Systems, Inc., a leading provider of construction software solutions, expert services, and best practices, announced registration is open for its 2014 Annual Conference that will be held April 7-9, 2014 at Caribe Royale All-Suite Hotel & Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.

With the theme "Transform: Best Practices for Profitable Growth," the Maxwell Systems 2014 conference will help construction professionals get empowered with the knowledge, training, guidance, and resources to achieve best productivity and profitability. The event is tailored exclusively for Maxwell Systems software users and delivers a diversity of networking and educational opportunities about new methods to leverage innovative solutions toward working more efficiently and effectively and so reach greatest success.

"We eagerly anticipate the conference each year because it allows us to gather with our customers and experts in various disciplines on construction management. It's an ideal opportunity to exchange experiences and best practices, and everyone leaves with new insights and tactics to apply immediately for improving business," said Scott Meyer, Vice President of Professional Services at Maxwell Systems.

Maxwell anticipates hundreds to gather together from companies of varying size, type of work, and software experience to take advantage of all that the Maxwell Systems 2014 Annual Conference is offering:

  • 30 Best Practices sessions hosted by industry experts on strategies for profit
  • Daily keynote presentations on critical management topics and trends
  • More than 160 educational sessions and hands-on labs that provide training, instruction on new features and functionalities, and guidance for advanced capabilities
  • Peer networking and social events to gather valuable resources and exchange advice, experiences, techniques to best utilize technology
  • One-on-one consulting sessions, a business vendor expo, a general session presented by Maxwell Systems' president

Jim Flynn, Maxwell Systems President and CEO, said: "The concept of transformation is strong at Maxwell Systems and among our customers in this ever-evolving industry, and so it's a perfect theme for our 2014 conference. As technology changes at a swift pace and contractors adjust to shifting economic trends and the competitive landscape, we know many rely on this event to share with peers in construction, to plug into best practices and proven strategies, and to gain training on software solutions to make the most of their investment. Our Maxwell team also values this opportunity to connect with our customers one-on-one to hear their experiences, requests, and ideas so we can continue to transform and deliver the best solutions possible."

Maxwell Systems presents its Annual Conference to give customers a valuable opportunity to learn from experts, share with peers, and offer feedback for future software releases and enhancements. Customers can receive in-depth education and participate in constructive peer-to-peer discussions to help run better and more profitable businesses. The event demonstrates the company's commitment to providing outstanding services and helps customers realize the benefits of integrated, powerful, and flexible business management software.

Maxwell Systems customers can find more information and conference registration materials by visiting www.maxwellsystems.com/event; by phone at 800-688-8226; or by e-mail at [email protected].

ABOUT MAXWELL SYSTEMS
Maxwell Systems is a leading provider of construction management software solutions, expert services, and best practices that empower contractors to more profitably run, grow, and transform their businesses. Founded in 1975, Maxwell Systems offers the most complete set of construction management software solutions in the industry, including takeoff and estimating, project management, and accounting solutions, as well as the industry's only all-in-one, single solution: ProContractorMX®. Other product offerings include Management Suite™, StreetSmarts®, and Estimation™. More than 10,000 businesses rely on Maxwell Systems as a true partner that provides comprehensive support and maintenance, training, and consulting. The company is headquartered in King of Prussia, Pa., with offices across the United States and Canada. For more information, please visit www.maxwellsystems.com or call 800-688-8226.

© 2013 Maxwell Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Maxwell, ProContractorMX, and StreetSmarts are registered trademarks and Management Suite, Estimation, and Empowering Construction are trademarks of Maxwell Systems, Inc. Other trademarks are property of their respective owners.

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