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Burlington, MA (February 17th, 2004) - DAMICON, LLC, an information technology services company, today announces that it's founder and President, Vin D'Amico, will be presenting to the Human Resource Consultants Special Interest Group, a part of the Northeast Human Resources Association (NEHRA). The presentation will take place on Wednesday, March 10, 2004 at NEHRA's headquarters in Wellesley, MA. The location is One Washington Street, Suite 101.
The presentation is called "Electronically Managing the Consultant's Office". It covers three major aspects of using technology in a small office. Firstly, guidelines will be provided for selecting the right hardware and software. Secondly, there will be information on managing contacts, tracking time, and preparing invoices. Finally, the subject of building and maintaining websites will be covered.
"This presentation will be beneficial to any independent professional using computers to help run a business.", commented Vin D'Amico. The session will run from 8:00-9:30am and will be packed with recommendations and guidelines for selecting and using information technology in the small office.
Vin D'Amico is Founder and President of DAMICON, LLC, your ADJUNCT CIO. He is an expert in using open source software to increase worker productivity and reduce IT costs. He has experience at industry leading companies such as Keane, 3M Touch Systems, Kronos, NetManage and Wang. DAMICON provides Open Software Transition, Help Desk Design, and Change Management services. Vin can be reached by phone at 781.789.8238, via email or by visiting www.damicon.com.
The Northeast Human Resources Association (NEHRA) is New England's premier human resources association. Since 1985, they have provided members with programs, information and networking opportunities that stimulate professional growth and enhance workplace contributions.
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