NOTTINGHAM, UK — Ideagen, the UK-based, quality management software developer, announced its customer conference will take place in November.

‘Ideagen Horizons Europe’ caters for Ideagen’s customer base across the UK and European Union and will be held once again in Nottingham, UK.

The two-day event will see delegates provided with product roadmap insights focusing on key functionality and development milestones.

The annual conference will also include a variety of customer presentations, a prestigious keynote speaker and an evening gala dinner.

Ideagen Chief Customer Officer Ben Dorks said, “We are extremely excited about this year’s European Horizons event following another outstanding period for the company in which we successfully achieved our ninth year of successive growth.

“Horizons provides us with an opportunity to meet our clients face-to-face and unveil exciting new information on upcoming enhancements and expanded functionality for our key products. As well as this, it also allows like-minded individuals from a variety of industries to share best practice and gain insights on key industry trends and developments.

“With an outstanding keynote speaker yet to be announced and preparations for our legendary gala dinner evening underway, it promises once again to be an outstanding event.”

This year’s ‘Horizons,’ the company’s third successive customer conference in Nottingham, will take place Nov. 27-28.

Held at the City’s East Midland’s Conference Centre, delegates will have the opportunity to hear from internal experts, external industry specialists, network with like-minded users, discuss industry best practice and enhance their knowledge of Ideagen products.

‘Ideagen Horizons Europe’ will cater exclusively for Ideagen’s Q-Pulse (including FAIR, NPI and PPAP), Pentana Audit, Pentana Performance and Coruson users.

In recent years, the event has attracted prestigious after dinner speakers such as Sir Ranulph Fiennes – the world’s greatest living explorer – and legendary news anchor, broadcaster and journalist, Huw Edwards.

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