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The Progress Corticon team will be hosting a booth at a series of government conferences this year. We’re committed to showing the difference we have made and can make, and hope to see you there.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again—agile and efficient government is no longer a joke. The Progress Corticon BRMS is currently in use in the majority of U.S. states, and we are committed to improving government’s ability to make decisions efficiently and lower costs.
It’s easy to get started with Corticon, whether it’s learning how to take advantage of a federal program like the A-87 Exception or simply chatting with us during a trade show. Governments are already utilizing Corticon to manage their pensions, implement healthcare, determine Medicare and Medicaid eligibility and more.
We’ll be present at a number of conferences across the US in the coming months. We hope you’ll stop by to chat with us and learn more if you can make it to these great events.
This event takes place on March 21st (today!) through March 22nd in Baltimore, Maryland. Explore ways to transform and modernize State IT systems as you meet and share ideas with your colleagues. We’ll be at booth #25—head on over and enter for a chance to win a Bose Soundlink Bluetooth speaker!
From April 24th-27th we’ll be in Austin, Texas for the annual PRISM (Public Retirement Information Systems Management) Conference. Collaborate and share your experiences of new technology when it comes to the IT management of public retirement funds. Come see us at the sponsor table.
The MESC (Medicaid Enterprise Systems Conference) 2016 is designed to bring together thought leaders from both the public and private sectors to share ideas, thoughts and new information related to Medicaid. We’ll be running booth #34 from August 15th-18th in St. Louis, Missouri, and we hope to see you there!
The 49th annual IT Solutions Management (ISM) Conference runs from September 18th-21st in Phoenix, Arizona. We were at this conference once again last year, and it presented a great opportunity to showcase the Corticon BRMS and learn about the latest industry trends. Visit us over at Booth #901.
We’re crisscrossing the United States because we’re committed to showing what we can do for the government space. Using the Progress Corticon BRMS, 26 U.S. states are already reaping the benefits in terms of saved time and greater agility.
We hope to see you at one of the conferences above, but if you can’t make it, feel free to get in touch.
Susan Koutalakis has more than a decade of marketing, public relations agency and corporate communications experience, specifically in building and executing public relations, analyst relations, social media, product launches, webinar, customer reference and online marketing programs. Previously, she’s worked for both emerging and established companies with a focus on areas such as application development, mobile, interactive and social media, SaaS, marketing, and eCommerce technologies.
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