Tuesday was a beehive of activity at booth #3327! A+W Software company principals met with visitors from all over the world to present demos, answer questions, and deepen relationships with existing customers.
Besides demonstrations, A+W showcased the analytics component of the company’s main products: A+W Business, A+W BusinessPro, and A+W Production. Even though traffic on the GlassBuild floor was low due to latecomers impacted by Hurricane Irma, the A+W booth enjoyed a healthy flow of visitors, all of whom had an opportunity to meet with the company’s global power team: CEO Peter Dixen, President Andy Hodge, sales manager Paul Gray, and Luis Pla, A+W’s sales manager who represents A+W in Latin America, Spain and Portugal.
A+W Marketing Manager Dave Valancius met with members of the editorial team at Glass Magazine and learned that the Internet of Things is expected to emerge as the hot topic of 2018.
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Hurricane Irma has naturally pushed back the flow of attendees to Atlanta’s Georgia World Congress Center. For that reason, organizers have extended show hours Wednesday and Thursday. The new hours are: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday. More time on the show floor means more opportunities to network, learn, and conduct business with industry peers!
For attendees whose plans Irma has cut short, GlassBuild says that videos from some of the education sessions will be available online on its website in coming weeks.
See you Wednesday!