The 2014 Command Alkon Training and Technology Conference

Catch a ride down to the 2014 Command Alkon Training and Technology Conference this fall. Our two-day conference for Command Alkon, JWS, Integra, and FiveCubits customers is the only place where you can get training, get technical support, meet with your sales reps, and mingle with your very friendly Command Alkon staff.

As with previous conferences, our 2014 offers a jam-packed line-up of classes, one-on-one lab times, an industry expo hall, and the city of New Orleans as a backdrop upon which this rich canvas of education and entertainment is applied.

The conference will take place at The New Orleans Hilton Riverside November 12-13, 2014. Seminars this year will cover topics most important to you and your business across the spectrum of Command Alkon, JWS, Integra, and FiveCubits products and will feature a mix of hands-on and lecture style learning.

In addition to our conference we are offering some very special all-day intensive preconference classes on that Monday and Tuesday before the official start of the conference. Preconference classes are an additional cost and not covered in your standard conference registration.

So take some time, look around the conference website, create a profile, make some friends, and get ready for an educational and entertaining time down in the Crescent City. If you have any questions or cannot find what you are looking for be sure and visit the "Help" tab at the top.  And as always...Laissez les bons temps rouler!

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