CELCAT Autumn Events
We are excited to announce some forthcoming events this autumn that CELCAT will either be attending, exhibiting or hosting, so please make a note in your diary!
Firstly, we have a CELCAT North User Group meeting on 22nd October at the Newcastle Adult Education Centre, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. There will be presentations from CELCAT delegates Adrian Gough, James McCann and Ian Grimes as well as David Sweeney from Edinburgh College, who will be presenting how they use CELCATTimetabler Live and using reporting links.
From 12-14th November we will be exhibiting at CISG (Corporate Information Systems Group) Conference 2014 at the Midland Hotel, Manchester so please come and see us! Also on the 12th November Tim Dix (CELCAT) and Julian Dague (CELCAT France) will be attending the Explore Export 2014 event at the ICC, Birmingham; where they will take in export seminars, meet with market specialists and explore new business opportunities worldwide for CELCAT to branch into.
On 19th November we will be attending the Student Experience Show in London as well as the Holyrood Communications Scotland's Universities Conference at Our Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh.
On 26th November we also have our inaugural CELCAT Midlands User Group meeting at Birmingham City University where Tim Dix, Adrian Gough and Wayne Si from CELCAT will be presenting.
On 27th November it will be the CELCAT Scotland User Group meeting at Dundee and Angus College where Richard Cooke (CELCAT) will showcase some reports he has written for Data Warehouse and James McCann (CELCAT) will be giving a presentation on the Tech Support operation at CELCAT. Plus a presentation by Ivan Meyer from Queen Margret University in Edinburgh on some of the ways they have been using CELCAT software.
And finally we are pleased to announce that we have sold our software into three Saudi institutions that are part of the kingdom of Saudi Arabia's College of Excellence (CoE) programme.
It is certainly shaping up to be a busy couple of months for us heading into the new year but we are excited and optimistic by the continued development and growth of CELCAT software globally.