Is Cloud the Answer?

24 March 2014

ACA – Qld's April lunchtime forum offers members an opportunity to understand the main drivers behind cloud migration.

Migration to cloud technology is a hot topic. Practices, large and small, are looking for alternative ways of working that will increase efficiencies and effectiveness, enhance workforce mobility, drive out cost and complexity from network and file storage infrastructure and improve security.

Join us on to gain insight into cloud technology provided by Scott Osborne, CEO of one of Australia’s leading software companies for the architecture, engineering and construction industry. Scott will:

  • Outline the pros and cons of cloud technology
  • Dispel the FUD in the market
  • Share personal stories from the field including success and failures
  • Explain Total Synergy’s vision for cloud based practice management.

Scott Osborne

The Speaker – Scott Osborne

Scott is the founder and CEO of Total Synergy, Australia’s leading provider of business management software for the AEC profession. With over 10 years in the accounting profession and 24 years in software, Scott brings a irrepressible passion for business and technology that underpins the company’s success. Total Synergy has been redefining their product suites with cloud technology and readying its clients for the advancement of cloud technology

When

12.30pm for 1.00pm – 3.00pm, Friday, 4 April 2014.
The event is a presentation and lunch. Dress code is modern business attire.

Where

Cloudland, 641 Ann St, Fortitude Valley.
Parking: Wilson Secure Car Parking, 31 Duncan Street, Fortitude Valley. Validate your parking ticket at Cloudland and receive 24hr parking for $8 per car.

CPD

1 formal CPD point

Cost

Members: $75.00 p/p Non-Members $100.00 p/p (incl. GST)

RSVP

By Monday, 31 March 2014. The RSVP, download the registration form here and return to qld@aca.org.au  

Contact

Louise Street, Executive Officer, ACA Queensland, qld@aca.org.au.

 

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