Sener Announce the Fifth Foran Users Meeting

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

As on previous occasions, the aim of the Fifth Forum (FORAN Users Meeting) is to encourage the exchange of impressions among users, to present the latest technological improvements of FORAN and to discuss future developments.

Sener, following a strategy of technological innovation and with the desire to strengthen the communication with its clients, announces that the next FORAN users meeting will take place in June 2008, from 11th to 13th. The V FORUM will be held at LA RECONQUISTA HOTEL, located in the beautiful city of , .

During the technical sessions, Foran users will carry out presentations, and the new features of the System will be presented by Sener.

The event has the double objective of presenting Sener viewpoint and more importantly to share the opinion of Foran users among the participants.

The success of the event is guaranteed, as most of Sener’s Foran clients around the world have confirmed their assistance, and this can only be to everyone's benefit, current and future Foran users alike.

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