|By Marketwired .||
|September 23, 2016 08:00 AM EDT|
DENVER, CO--(Marketwired - September 23, 2016) - EMS Software™, the leading provider of meeting and room scheduling software, today announced the 2017 location of EMS Live! The next annual cross-industry conference will be in Atlanta, Oct. 16-18, 2017, at the Marriott Marquis. Registration for 2017 is now open.
The announcement comes on the heels of another successful conference hosted by EMS Software. EMS Live! concluded on Sept. 14, 2016, in Phoenix. Workplace strategists, real estate and facilities executives, campus registrars, event managers, and IT professionals attended along with key sponsors, including ArmorActive, Reach, Jibestream, and Visix. View highlights of the 2016 conference.
In addition to noteworthy keynotes from Christopher Higgins of GSK, Katherine Gates of Harvard University, Tony Lalli of BNY Mellon, and Robert Gonzales, Jr. of Stevens Institute of Technology, more than two dozen EMS customers presented on a wide array of topics ranging from workplace strategy and space utilization to risk management and classroom scheduling.
Hundreds of attendees took advantage of the "Meet. Play. Learn." lab, which provided an opportunity to learn from EMS experts, meet with account managers, and play with the latest release of the software.
"Plans for EMS Live! in Atlanta have begun in earnest, as we're focused on capitalizing on the energy, creativity, and learnings from this year's conference," said Londonne Corder, vice president of marketing for EMS. "Our keynotes, sessions, and clinics will be second-to-none, and we're especially excited about all of the networking events that are so important to our attendees."
EMS Live! in 2017 will be held at the newly renovated downtown Atlanta Marriott Marquis. Attendees can network with colleagues at the Pulse cocktail lounge, relax in The Spa, and enjoy easy access to sites like the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, CNN Center, and College Football Hall of Fame. Register for EMS Live 2017!
EMS Live! provides a wide array of content for attendees, including the factors driving change in the workplace and campus, the future of work and learning, the latest technology innovations for space, meeting, event, and academic scheduling, as well as the trends driving increased space utilization across an organization.
About EMS Software
EMS Software™ helps millions of people create great meetings. AIG, Yale University, Accenture, and thousands of others rely on EMS Software to increase productivity, attract and retain people, reduce costs, and differentiate their brand. The intuitive design and robust functionality of the EMS Software platform-combined with the company's award-winning customer support team-make scheduling meetings fast and easy. For more information, please visit emssoftware.com.
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