Quantum Users Exchange Group, QUE Group, Closes its 9th Annual Conference with Record Attendance
Quantum User Exchange Group, or The QUE Group, concluded its 9th Annual Quantum Users Exchange Group conference with another year of record attendance for one of the largest operational conferences for aviation in the world with over 233 users in attendance. Another milestone for the conference was the group’s $5K donation to the Air Charity Network, an aviation organization dedicated to humanitarian needs.
This year’s conference theme, ‘Be A Quantum Leader’, exemplified the user community’s skill and commitment in leveraging Quantum to lead operations and businesses to higher success. Presenters from the Aviation Industry who use Quantum Control showcased real-world challenges and solutions focused on the evolving challenges aviation businesses face in both local, and global markets, and across the enterprise from accounting to procurement, to inventory management and shop floor operations. The QUE Group board, which manages the conference program, consists of technical and business executives from leading aviation service companies such as Embraer, America Aero Group, Honda Aircraft Company, Ansett Aircraft Spares & Services, Epps Aviation and more.
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Paul Stewart, QUE Group President, Chief Technology Officer at Worthington Aviation, emcee and presenter at the conference commented, “This year's conference was another first! The largest number of industry speakers yet, sharing their knowledge and best practices to a record number of registrants. And throughout the year, QUE Group members have access to the QUE Group website with knowledge sharing forums for fostering the networking and collaboration amongst the member community. We’re proud to be a leading source for best practices through the industry and provide this exceptional platform for collaboration among Quantum users in the aviation industry."
Source : Component Control
Jan 30 - 31, 2017 - Rome, Italy