Integral Systems Prepares for the 2006 Users' Conference

Share Article

Integral's 2006 Users' Conference is a valuable seminar for Human Resource, Payroll, Benefits and IT professionals. It is being held Sunday July 23 thru Wednesday July 26 in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Integral’s upcoming 2006 Users’ Conference is scheduled for Sunday, July 23 thru Wednesday, July 26 in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The conference, which offers Human Resource, Payroll, Benefits and IT professionals an opportunity to learn how to use Integral Systems software, will be hosted by the Hyatt Charlotte hotel.

The theme for this years’ conference is “Accelerating Service – Fuel for Success!” Each year, the conference is devoted to meeting the needs of payroll and human resource personnel, as well as managers, directors and technical support staff. The event also offers the opportunity to meet the Integral management team, network with other clients and prospects, etc.

The four-day conference is sure to be a success. As an added attraction and to stay true to the conference theme, this years’ closing session will take place at Lowe’s Motor Speedway, which includes lunch and a tour of the NASCAR facility.

“The most important part of attending Integral’s User’s Conference is the valuable information attendee’s will take back to their company on Human Resource Information Systems,” stated President Bob Arndt. “The ideas and strategies learned through clinic sessions, workshops, roundtables, speakers, and exhibitors could save a company significant resources, create important operational efficiencies and can be implemented within a short time frame.”

Integral Systems, founded in 1972, provides mainframe and client/server software solutions for medium and large-sized organizations with more than 2,500 employees. Integral specializes in providing industry-leading software for mainframe users in government, healthcare, education, and fortune 2000 companies. The Web-enabled software, primarily used for human resource management, performs complex payroll, human resources and employee fringe benefit functions. For more information on the conference, please call 800-285-8229.


Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Traci Mcdaniel
Visit website