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2016 Connect Users’ Conference Sheraton Seattle Hotel: April 27-28, 2016  Seattle, Washington


This year’s Connect User’s Conference will be the 20th annual Dexter + Chaney’s Spectrum conference, celebrating 35 years in the construction software industry. mJobTime also recently celebrated over 20 years in the construction software business, and will be on-site at the conference exhibiting construction’s most advanced mobile time tracking software.

In order to accommodate their growing number of attendees, this year’s Connect Users’ Conference will be held at Seattle’s largest convention hotel, the Seattle Sheraton Downtown. There will be a broad selection of nearly 50 courses for Spectrum users of all kinds, from beginners to experts, and from accounting to operations, with deeper training organized into different learning tracks to fit everyone’s needs.

At Connect 2016, there will be one-on-one training opportunities, partner solutions on display, a hands-on data analysis class, 4-day Spectrum Boot Camp, and special sessions presented by two well-known industry leaders.

One of the greatest advantages of the Connect Users’ Conference comes from the networking opportunities it provides. There will be more ways than ever to interact with peers, vendors, construction professionals, and industry experts to share information, exchange best practices, and make lasting connections.

So come visit mJobTime at booth #8, and find out why many of today’s top contractors are choosing mJobTime as their mobile field solution. Don’t forget to pre-schedule a private session with Janice Newland, VP of Business Development to discuss your particular needs and goals during the event.

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