14th September 2012
On Tuesday the 9th October STRUMIS LTD, in association with ASET, will be holding a free seminar at the Four Points Sheraton Hotel, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The subject of the seminar is ‘Efficient steel fabrication’ and will be of interest to individuals from EPC, AEC, Oil and Gas, Petrochemical, Industrial, Commercial, Engineers, Main Contractors and Steel Fabricators servicing all market sectors from across the Alberta region. The doors will open at 13.15 and there will be a short time to network with individuals over refreshments, with the seminar commencing at 13.45, local time and finishing at approximately 5pm. Following the presentation there will be ample opportunity to stay behind and relax at the hotel bar/restaurant for further networking opportunities.
STRUMIS is a complete dedicated management information and production system for steelwork companies. Designed to deliver improved cost efficiencies, increased productivity and improved profitability; the STRUMIS system harnesses project information flow and work processes through the steelwork contract between job functions, departments, suppliers and clients; from initial design through to the final construction of the project.
ASET members and other attendees will benefit from this exclusive STRUMIS seminar, where STRUMIS LTD will outline the benefits that STRUMIS delivers to businesses, including a demonstration of how the software is used, how it can optimize business workflow and increases profits; ending with an open forum where attendees can ask any specific questions relating to the use of STRUMIS in their company or sector.
Mr Steven Watson, commenting on a vital aspect of the integration of STRUMIS software in businesses; ‘Implementation of STRUMIS within an existing business environment is very important to us, and we have developed advanced integration with the main steel detailing software, CNC machinery and accounting systems.’
The Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET), founded August 1st 1963, is the professional organization for technicians and technologists in the Canadian Territories. ASET evaluates the qualifications of individuals who voluntarily apply for certification, and issues professional credentials accordingly, based on national standards related to education, experience and professionalism. ASET consists of approximately 16,500 individuals, including full-time technology students, recent graduates and fully certified members.
ASET works closely with the Association of Professional Engineers, Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) to advance the relationship which exists between engineers and technologists in the workplace.
For more details, or to attend this seminar please register by email at email@example.com