ProcessMAP 2012 User Conference Set for May 2-3

The event in Fort Lauderdale will showcase best practices in EHS software management.

ProcessMAP Corporation announced some of the highlights of its 2012 User Conference, which will take place May 2-3 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and will gather EHS leaders from a range of industries to discuss best practices in environmental, health and safety software. The event will include case studies and roundtable sessions.

The city's mayor, Jack Seiler, will be present to discuss the importance of a proactive safety culture, and scheduled keynote presentations from Cardinal Health and SKF will explore using integrated enterprise EHS software to manage EHS processes. The ProcessMAP Version 12 EHS software platform and its new mobile functionalities also will be unveiled, according to the company's news release.

"The event is a wonderful opportunity for our customers to share and learn success stories and provides ProcessMAP team an opportunity to hear their strategic EHS initiatives and how we can best support them," said Dave Rath, CEO of ProcessMAP.

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