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Hippo Software has announced the Event Schedule for the first Enterprise Architect User Group being held in Scotland, the long standing Sparx Systems Global Partner will be hosting the event on the 8th of June.
|9:30am - 9:50am||Registration, tea and coffee|
|9.50am– 10am||Welcome and introductions|
User presentation: 'Journey to a More Collaborative Future?'
Darren Campbell, Senior Solution Designer, ACCA
|10.45am– 11am||Morning break for refreshments|
User presentation: Transforming Scottish Local Government Services
Interactive ‘Grumbles’ Session facilitated by Hippo Software
User presentation: Effective Collaboration with Use Cases and BPMN
Presentation: An Overview of Features Planned for the Next Version of Enterprise Architect
|3pm– 3.15pm||Afternoon break for refreshments|
|3.15pm– 4pm||Interactive ‘Highlights’ Session facilitated by Hippo Software|
When: Wednesday 8th June 2016 9.30am - 4pm
Location: Mercure Livingston, Almondview, Livingston, West Lothian, EH54 6QB
Details and Registration: Visit the Hippo Software website
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