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Dates announced for 2019 Dakota User Events

November 26th, 2018

Dates announced for 2019 Dakota User Events

More Events, More Learning Opportunities

In September, Dakota Software celebrated our 30th anniversary at the 2018 User Conference in Las Vegas. Those in attendance heard about a number of new initiatives from Dakota, including the addition of two more user-focused events in 2019.

Over the past years, the number of attendees at the Annual User Conference has quadrupled and the number of Dakota products has grown into the double digits. To accommodate the increasing numbers and diversity of ProActivity users, we are pleased to announce the following dates and locations for Dakota’s 2019 User Events:

Southeast User Group
March 7-8th | Houston, TX

Northeast User Group
May 16-17th | Philadelphia, PA

Discover! Dakota | Annual User Conference & Forum
September 11-13th | Cleveland, OH

All of these events will include hands-on training sessions, best practices and success stories from clients, and demonstrations of Dakota’s new and upcoming products and features. We hope that by providing more events in locations closer to where our clients operate, more Dakota users will be able to take advantage of the learning, networking, and idea sharing that they offer.

Clients who pay for User Conference attendance as part of their annual contracts can use their credits at any of these events. Registration information and agendas will be announced soon.

Questions? Contact your Account Manager or email

Robert Kimball

Robert Kimball

Director of Marketing

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