Dimension Conference returns in September 2018 #QuantrixEvolved

“Best value conference of any I’ve ever attended after 25 years of the business.”

“I’m always so impressed with the development team and their dedication!”

“Very pleased with the conference and great to meet others that use the program”

These are quotes from participants of last year’s user conference. It is truly a fantastic event!  I cordially invite everyone that is interested in Quantrix to our annual Dimension user conference in Portland, Maine USA September 11-13. Check out this great video recap of last year’s event.

At the conference it is gratifying to see what our users are doing with Quantrix. The use case presentations by our customers are always a big hit and very informative. We also help the less experienced users of Quantrix see the potential and power of the application for their day-to-day modeling needs. We love to hear Quantrix users say they have kicked the Excel habit for their forward-looking modeling tasks.

At this year’s conference we will unveil Release 2019 which is a new update to Quantrix Modeler and Qloud. Release 2019 will include a full redesign of the modeler data integration technologies and we will demonstrate an all-new Qloud scheduler feature. We are very excited to show you these new features along with a host of other improvements that our development team is currently hard at work on.

We will take our traditional cruise of Casco Bay on the Islander and we are excited to use a new venue for our dinner this year. The Harbor View at Jones Landing will host us and the Maine Lobster Bake Company will provide our traditional Maine Lobster dinner (non-lobster and vegan entrées available).

We already have multiple attendees already registered from the USA, Canada, Switzerland and France and interest in the event is building each day. We have a limited number of super early bird tickets available at $995 USD, but they will soon sell out so please don’t delay in registering if you would like to attend this year.

I hope you can join us in Portland this year!

By Michael Salisbury