Innovating leaders in CAD industry welcomed to unique forum
Bethesda, MD October 17, 2006 -- Cyon Research Corporation, hosts of the Congress on the Future of Engineering Software (COFES), today announced the opening of registration for next year's event, COFES 2007. The premiere conference of the CAD world will take place April 12-15, 2007 in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Last year, more than 260 attendees, including software company executives, engineers, programmers, consultants, and press, attended the intimate and innovative 3-day industry discussion. Registration for COFES 2007 is available by invitation only, according to Cyon Research CEO Brad Holtz. Those wishing to attend can apply for an invitation at http://apply.cofes.com. Early registration closes November 1, 2006.
"The COFES event provides a unique forum for the CAD/CAM industry to channel our competitive instincts into better engineering solutions for customers," said Robert Bean, Kubotek USA's Chief Operating Officer. "Kubotek USA can speak from experience that many strategic relationships have been hatched at COFES."
"COFES 2006 experienced record attendance, and was the most impressive event yet," said Holtz. "We expect continued enthusiasm for the conference in 2007 among sponsors and attendees."
About Cyon Research
Cyon Research Corporation is a provider of analysis and consulting for engineering technology markets. Cyon Research provides key information, research, analysis, and consulting to its clients worldwide. COFES: The Congress on the Future of Engineering Software is Cyon Research's primary event, and explores investments necessary today to take advantage of--and profit from--future technologies. Cyon Research's subscription newsletters, CADCAMNet(TM) and Engineering Automation Report(TM) provide insight, analysis, and reviews on technology for designers, engineers, and managers whose companies are in the business of creating discrete physical products.
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