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CRC hosts annual user group meeting

June 12, 2012

The conference was held last month at the Chaparral Suites Resort in Scottsdale, AZ, USA.

CRC Information Systems, Inc. (CRC) held their 24th annual User Group Conference on May 8th-10th at the Chaparral Suites Resort in Scottsdale, AZ, USA. The three-day event provided users with product demonstrations, networking opportunities, and a good deal of time to meet with CRC management, trainers and developers to discuss specific software advances they’d like to see in the future.

During his presentation to conference attendees, Erv Rataak, CRC product and service manager, highlighted the recent advances in the Nucleus software product line and provided a sampling of what upgrades users could look forward to in the coming year. Ratazak said “We are very pleased with how our new product advances will greatly expand and complement our process automation initiatives.”

This year’s agenda featured many enhancements to the current Nucleus, CRM and eCommerce product lines. According to the company, the most anticipated enhancement was the new iPad application which was warmly received and created a lot of feedback following its demonstration. Additionally, the release of the new Automated Inventory along with the new Plant-Wide view for Production Scheduling applications was enthusiastically received by the group.

Ratazak reinforced the company’s commitment by sayind: “The tremendous interest in our new products clearly demonstrates that CRC is committed to supporting our client needs and delivering applications that will reduce costs and provide instantaneous data retrieval through both in-house and mobile applications.”

The company demonstrated newly developed capabilities in Inventory Automation through the use of bar codes and portable bar code readers. Enhancements include both, raw material and finished goods inventory receiving, fulfillment, usage, rransfers, and order confirmations. Instructions were also provided on how to best manage CRC databases during an IT session. This year’s educational breakout seminars included an IT Roundtable, New User Roundtable, Crystal Reports and Dashboards.
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