On September 12th and 13th, the real rock stars weren't at Cleveland's Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame. They could be found at the ASI Users Seminar when nearly 40 RIM rock stars converged at the Hyatt Regency in Cleveland for ASI's RIM-centric learning event.
For two days, attendees representing the best of the best records centers, media vaults and shred operations. received customized training in the ASI Computer Labs and attended engaging, in-depth educational sessions from industry leaders. The sessions promised high-quality content ? and did not disappoint!
Of course, ASI-centric learning featured prominently as well with QA Manager Tana McAtee, VP of Sales Jim Macmillan and Support Specialist Brian Chivers delivering top-notch sessions revealing the newest ASI software enhancements and best practices.
It wasn't all work and no play, however, as you can see from our Photo Gallery. Attendees enjoyed networking with the ASI team and other ASI users and experts throughout the Seminar, particularly during Tuesday's ?Unbowlievable!? dinner event.
Thank you to all who attended this year's ASI Users Seminar and contributed to its great success. If you weren't able to be there this time, don't worry: We're pumped to do it again in 2014!
Unable to attend this year's ASI Users Seminar? While you will have missed the detailed presentation info, we've provided pdf's of these informative sessions below:
Featured speakers and industry experts
Ray Barry, Total Training Solutions and Bob Haskins, Gigabiter
ASI QA Manager Tana McAtee leads attendees through computer lab exercise.
Mary Frein of National Records Mgmt & ASI Support Specialist Brian Chivers
A.R.M.S., Inc. CEO Eric Haas' lines up his shot as
ASI VP of Sales Jim MacMillan confidently awaits.
Mary Frein of National Records Mgmt and Eric Haas of A.R.M.S. Inc.
ASI featured speaker and REB Storage Systems Int'l
Lori Palmer lines up for a strike.
"It's a bird! It's a plane!" Nope. ASI COO Scott Bidwell
just checking the score.