Today, delegates from three continents have converged on Leeds for software company Antivia's first Customer Advisory Day.
The one-day event at Thorpe Park Hotel will allow Antivia's customers - from industries as diverse as financial services, retail, manufacturing and the not-for-profit sector - to get a first look at the next version of Antivia's software, DecisionPoint™ and to help shape the future direction of the product. Delegates will also have the opportunity to hear how their peers use DecisionPoint™ and the value they are realizing from it.
A number of delegates arrived in Yorkshire early to participate in a special 2-day advanced training course designed to help them hone their DecisionPoint™ skills.
Neil Uebelein, CEO of nVision Group, who provide corporate real estate technology, said: "I'm flying in from Kansas City, Missouri on what will be my first visit to Leeds. I'm looking forward to hearing about the latest developments from Antivia and to meet with other DecisionPoint™ customers so we can share our experiences."
Commenting on the event, Mark Hudson, CEO of Antivia said: "It's testament to the success of DecisionPoint™ which is reflected in our growing global customer base that we are able to bring together a significant number of customers to our home city of Leeds. This event is an opportunity for our customers to enjoy some famous Yorkshire hospitality, learn more about the future direction of DecisionPoint™ and to take away some ideas that they can put into practice when they get back to the office."
Antivia's business intelligence software, DecisionPoint™ allows organizations to unlock the value trapped in their data and transform it into business insight. Antivia's customers choose DecisionPoint™ because it allows non-programmers to create the sophisticated, interactive business dashboards their organizations need. These dashboards can then be shared across the organization to ensure that everyone has access the information they need to do their jobs.