Symplectic User Conference Australasia

Following our first ever Australian conference in 2013, Symplectic are going to be starting off 2014 by holding another event for our current and prospective users in the region. Due to overwhelming interest, there will also be a two-day conference later on in the year to allow you ample opportunity to meet our team.

Save the date

Registration for our January conference is now open, please go to our Eventbrite page to save a place. We have limited space for this event so please make sure you register quickly to avoid disappointment.

What to expect on the day

  • An Elements Product Update
  • Workshops covering future HERDC and ERA functionality
  • An overview of the Symplectic support process
  • A session on FAQs from Australian / New Zealand clients

We will be publishing a more detailed agenda closer to the day.

Remember, you can get in touch if you have any issues. Look forward to seeing you there.

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