Unanet Announces 2013 Annual Meeting for Customers and Partners

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Project-based organizations are set to convene at this year's conference on May 2nd and 3rd in San Diego, CA.

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Unanet, a developer of services automation software that helps project-based organizations manage people and projects for improved efficiency and effectiveness, has announced it will host its 2013 Customer Meeting in San Diego, California.

This year's meeting is centered around three program tracks: Unanet for Finance and Administration, Unanet for Project and Resource Management, and Success Strategies and Unanet Adoption. Additionally, customers will earn CPE credits for training sessions, hear customer testimonials and keynotes, and network with industry peers.

"As a leading provider of services automation software for project-based organizations, we understand our customers are our business," said Holly Schalow, Director of Customer Account Management for Unanet. "Our annual conference is a great opportunity to connect with our customers and discuss the best solutions for their challenges and help them manage people and projects for improved profitability."

About Unanet:
Unanet provides superior Services Automation software which maximizes staff utilization, reduces administrative costs by 90%, improves invoicing by 10X, and supports forward decision-making for improved profitability. Unanet’s more than 950 customers include government contractors, consulting/services organizations, internal IT (Information Technology), and high-technology product companies. Unanet's suite includes resource management, opportunity/project management, timesheets, expense reports and collaboration with real time information and analytics, project costing, billing and revenue recognition. With easy to use interfaces, and outstanding support. Unanet is available either as an Enterprise license (self-hosted software), or an On Demand License (Cloud).

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