ImageTrend Announces 5th Annual EDS Conference

ImageTrend Announces 5th Annual EDS Conference

Press Release Nov 20, 2012

LAKEVILLE, MINN. [November 13, 2012] - ImageTrend's 5th Annual EDS Conference is scheduled for July 17–19, 2013, at the Minneapolis Airport Marriott in Bloomington, Minn.

ImageTrend’s 2012 EDS Conference was a huge success, with more than 94 percent of surveyed attendees saying they would recommend the conference to others.

Throughout the three-day event, attendees will learn how to enhance their organizations by using electronic data collection software and advanced reporting to improve patient care. As they network with emergency personnel from throughout the country and exchange ideas, attendees will learn new tips and tricks of the software and get sneak peeks of upcoming software and modules.

Traditionally, the ImageTrend EDS Conference has featured a day of training. Due to the overwhelmingly positive feedback received each year, a day of training will again be featured at the 2013 Conference. Attendees will experience the latest ImageTrend software and be able to share their in-depth training with others in their organization.

Early bird registration will open December 3, 2012. The cost to attend both the training day and the conference is $345 until March 4, 2013. Prices will increase after March 4.

The latest conference information can be found by visiting http://www.ImageTrend.com/EDSConference and following ImageTrendEDS on Facebook and Twitter.

About ImageTrend, Inc.
ImageTrend, Inc. is an award-winning software company in Lakeville, Minn., devoted to maintaining a high level of innovation, excellence and quality in its products, service and community. ImageTrend’s Web-based applications serve a variety of industries, including government, medical, human resources, business, education and non-profit organizations. ImageTrend combines business analysis, creative design and database-driven architecture to offer the best web applications and strategies.

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