Unique Event June 14-17 in Rånäs, Sweden Offers 'eXtreme Learning' Experience Combining Bluebeam Product Educational Sessions with Thrilling Rally Car Competition.
Pasadena, CA: Bringing PDFs and RPMs together in a unique and 'eXtreme' learning experience, Bluebeam Software today announced that registration is now open for its first-ever Bluebeam International Rally Conference 2011 (IRC). This event promises three action-packed days of high-octane educational sessions focused on Bluebeam's PDF platform and advanced technologies along with a once-in-a-lifetime rally car racing experience with a team of Swedish professional rally car drivers.
Set for June 14-17 at the enchanting Rånäs Slott in Rånäs, Sweden, the Bluebeam IRC is a must-attend event for Bluebeam users in the European architectural, engineering, construction and manufacturing industries who are looking for new ways to fully-leverage Bluebeam's extensive PDF solutions to reduce printing and shipping costs and achieve greater efficiency. Additionally, the event will push networking into high-gear with rally car, golf and skeet shooting activities at the breathtaking Sundsta Manor in Roslagen.
"We are thrilled to host this first-ever Bluebeam IRC and give our users this great opportunity to power-up their Bluebeam skills and satisfy their need for speed with a chance to get behind the wheel of a real rally car," said Bluebeam Software Director of Worldwide Marketing Stephani Haynes. "In addition to cutting-edge product training, the IRC will provide an excellent opportunity to meet and network with other Bluebeam users and learn from our top developers and experts how Bluebeam's advanced technologies can digitize your workflows."
The Bluebeam IRC features nine educational sessions spanning two full days, including:
Three sessions on how to get the most out of PDF editor Bluebeam PDF Revu® with insider tips and tricks including customizing Revu's interface and Tool Chest™, keyboard shortcuts, one-click-away file access and other time-saving tips
One session on real-time collaboration using Bluebeam Studio™, and one session dedicated to administering your own Studio Server™ for more control
Going mobile with Bluebeam PDF Revu and a tablet PC
Two sessions on implementing and customizing the Bluebeam Q™ server solution for automated PDF publishing and processing in enterprise digital workflow environments
Integrating Revu's PDF markup tools with PDF files stored online with Bluebeam File Exchange, or bFX™
A double session for resellers on the advantages and resources available for Bluebeam channel partners
In addition, keynote presentations from industry leaders and Bluebeam executives will give attendees insight and real world examples on how Bluebeam increases project efficiency and delivers a return on investment.
Limited accommodations are available for a special rate at the historic Rånäs Slott castle nestled alongside Lake Spoon Bay, which serves as the host site for the IRC. Other overnight accommodations are available at the Åtellet Hotell overlooking Nortälje Bay. All conference sessions, keynote presentations and most meals will take place at Rånäs and are all included in the registration fee. Shuttle transportation will be provided for guests staying at Åtellet Hotell to Rånäs and to the rally racing, golf and skeet shooting activities at Sundsta Manor.
Space is limited; to make reservations now, visit www.bluebeamirc.com/registration.
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