iNEMI Roadmap Workshop Deadline Approaching PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 30 April 2008 11:12
HERNDON, VA – The North American workshop for the 2009 iNEMI Roadmap will review drafts of most of the 22 technology/business process chapters to be included in the roadmap.
The full-day meeting, scheduled for May 14, at iNEMI’s Herndon, VA headquarters, provides for a two-way dialogue.
The registration deadline is May 8.
Chapter committees will give industry a “sneak peek” at work in progress, and workshop participants can provide feedback and direction to ensure that the final chapters accurately reflect the state of the industry and anticipate future directions.
In addition to the workshop in North America, roadmap workshops are scheduled in Europe (June 18 in Leuven, Belgium) and Asia (July 28 in Shanghai).
Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 April 2008 11:13


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