Sunday, June 24, 2007

Join Serotek at ACB and NFB National Conventions


This year we are excited to be a part of the American Council of the Blind's national convention being held right here in our home city of Minneapolis, Mn. Visit us at booth 9 to check out Serotek's latest products including Braille support for System Access, System Access To Go, System Access Mobile, Remote Incident Manager and Remote Access Manager. Meet Mike Calvo, Matt Campbell, and the rest of the Serotek team. At the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Minneapolis, Minnesota, June 30 to July 7, 2007. The exhibit hall will be open Saturday through Thursday; so make sure you come on by!



Our CEO Mike Calvo has accepted a speaking invitation for the 2007 meeting of the National Federation of the Blind in Computer Science. Mike will speak about Remote Access Manager ( RAM ) for network administration, training and technical support within the enterprise, and Remote Incident Manager (RIM), for field technical support. Read the press release for additional information. The National Federation of the Blind's convention will be held in Atlanta , Georgia at the Marriott Marquis Hotel from June 30 to July 6 and Mr. Calvo will address blind and visually impaired computer technicians on July 2, 2007 . Those wanting to meet with Mike can contact the Serotek suite at the Marriott or by contacting Serotek's main office at (612) 341-3030.



Whichever convention you visit, we are sure that Serotek is going to demonstrate that you, too, can have Accessibility Anywhere.

2 comments:

John Farina said...

Hi folks,

I know the programs at both conventions will be a bit hit considering the products being discussed. I am sorry to say that although I had a hand in the program for bits at acb this year, I am unable to attend convention. I'll miss seeing this neat presentation and hope to catch it via podcast at a later date.

John Farina

Anonymous said...

I was disappointed that Serotech Corp. didn't come to the NFB Convention. I was surely looking forward to meeting the people who put out Freedombox. That would have been great to see the other products they offer