Meridian to Present On Business Process Management At A|E|C Systems 2004

Feb. 9, 2004
John Bodrozic to speak on BPM, Meridian Project Systems exhibiting from A|E|C SYSTEMS booth #501
FOLSOM, Calif. (February 3, 2004) — Meridian Project Systems® (MPS), a leading provider of project management software and ASP solutions, announces that John Bodrozic, MPS president and co-founder, will speak during three sessions of the 2004 A|E|C SYSTEMS - Technology For Design & Construction. MPS will also exhibit Proliance® and the Prolog® Application Suite from exhibit booth #501 of the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL. This year's A|E|C SYSTEMS runs Feb. 17 – 19.A|E|C SYSTEMS Highlights·    All the newest technology products, upgrades, and business solutions. ·A multi-track educational conference featuring more than 60 sessions. ·Keynote address by Oren Harari, Ph.D.·Free hands-on training through vendor presentations.·An opening night Welcome Reception on the exhibit floor.·An all-day, high-level Executive Forum for senior-level management.MPS solutions help improve financial performance and reduce risk on large corporate real estate projects and other capital-intensive construction programs. Prolog ranks as the market share leader in project management software used by general contractors with over $250 million in revenue1, while Proliance is the first enterprise Business Process Management (BPM) solution for large enterprises who design, procure, construct, and maintain large capital construction programs across their organizations. MPS will be featured on the following panels:MPS Speaking EngagementsEnterprise Business Process Management (BPM) for Corporate Real Estate, Design, Construction, and Facility Management
Tuesday, Feb. 17 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Moderator: John Bodrozic, MPS president & co-founder, with panelists
Steve Hage (Target Corp.); Kathy Kearney (Gilbane Building Co.); Ken Lockhart (RealFoundations Inc.); and Gretchen McComb (FMI Corp.).Web-Enabling Your Construction TeamWednesday, Feb. 18 7:45 am - 9:00 amModerators: John Bodrozic, MPS president & co-founder, and John Jurewicz, E-Procurement director.You Bought It. Don't Waste It.Wednesday, Feb. 18 10:30 am - 12:00 pmPanelists: John Bodrozic, MPS president & co-founderLearn more about MPS solutions and the latest technology trends at the above sessions. Or stop by the MPS exhibit booth (#501) to see live demonstrations of Proliance and Prolog."A|E|C SYSTEMS provides an excellent forum for raising awareness about the latest technology trends and issues in the industry," said Bodrozic. "Many of our customers have leveraged technology to achieve a competitive advantage, and so we want to evangelize other show attendees on how this can be done,” finished Bodrozic. For A|E|C SYSTEMS show information, see MPSMeridian Project Systems (MPS) develops project management solutions that improve financial performance and reduce risk on large corporate real estate projects and other capital-intensive construction initiatives. More than 8,500 of today's leading business enterprises, government agencies, and AEC (architecture, engineering, and construction) firms use MPS products to accurately plan, budget, and track all aspects of the real estate project life cycle.MPS is also unique in providing both self-hosted software and hosted ASP-based solutions, and ranks as the market share leader in project management software and collaboration software used by construction companies with over $250 million in revenue2.In the Business of Projects since 1993, MPS appeared on Inc. Magazine's INC 500 list of fastest growing companies in the United States in both 2000 and 2001. MPS is headquartered in Folsom, CA, with offices in Düsseldorf, Germany; and Vancouver, British Columbia, with additional representation through its global channel partner network in locations around the world.1,2Statistics excerpted from CFMA's 2002 Information Technology Survey for the Construction Industry, fourth edition with the permission of the Construction Financial Management Association, Princeton, NJ, 609-452-8000.

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