|By Marketwired .||
|June 9, 2014 01:43 PM EDT||
DENVER, CO -- (Marketwired) -- 06/09/14 -- DEA, the leading provider of facility scheduling and event management software, announced record-breaking attendance at its seventh annual EMS Corporate Summit on May 20 in New York City. The Summit brings together users, administrators and influential executives to voice their specific facility scheduling software needs, discuss best practices and network with peers.
Led by DEA executives and joined by prospective EMS software users, customers participated in panel discussions focused on:
- video conference scheduling,
- the use of the application programming interface (API) for system integrations, and
- the reporting capabilities of EMS software.
As part of DEA's continued commitment to customer success and product leadership, attendees discussed the future of EMS software and suggested a number of enhancements. Customers engaged in this planning process were thrilled to contribute to the next major release of EMS.
"Today, leaders are faced with countless economic challenges, and the purpose of EMS software is to assist organizations in running efficiently. The Summit provides a unique opportunity for users, administrators and influential executives to discuss how our software is aiding their businesses," said Dean Evans, CEO and founder of DEA.
"Involving our customers in the development of our software enables us to innovate to their needs and maintain our position as a market-leading facility scheduling and event management solution. Contributing to customer success after more than 20 years of growth will continue to be our main priority. Their success is our success," added Evans.
To learn more about EMS software, go to www.dea.com.
Founded in 1986 and based in Denver, DEA is the leading provider of facilities scheduling and event management solutions for meeting and event scheduling, resource management, academic scheduling, shared workspace management (office "hoteling"), web calendaring and online registration and surveys.
More than 4,000 organizations rely on EMS software, including many Fortune 100 companies and other leading corporations and law firms, over 1,000 higher education campuses, thousands of conference centers, religious organizations, hospitals, cultural venues and sports facilities. The company's products are used in over 75 countries and backed by an award-winning customer support team. For more information, visit www.dea.com and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
EMS and the EMS logo are registered trademarks of DEA (Dean Evans and Associates LLC).
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