CS Odessa to exhibit ConceptDraw Office at WESTEC 2012 Visit CS Odessa at WESTECBooth #1514 to learn more about how ConceptDraw MINDMAP can help you get to the bottom of supply chain screw-ups.
San Jose, CA; March 26, 2012—CSOdessawill exhibit their popular ConceptDraw Office suite of productivity software at this year’s WESTEC,the largest manufacturing trade show on the West Coast. The software company’s focus will be on how their product, ConceptDraw MINDMAP,helps revitalize stagnant quality processesthrough innovative thinking. Also on exhibit will be ConceptDraw PROJECT, an essential tool for tracking project timelines and resource costs, and ConceptDraw PRO,a powerful diagramming program for creating everything from processflows to engineering schematics. The three programs are bundled as ConceptDraw Office, which CSOdessawill be selling directly on the WESTECshow floor throughout all three days of the event (March 27–29). Quality engineers, project managers, and knowledge workers of all kinds will not want to miss the opportunity to pick up the world’s premiere cross-platform businessvisualization products at an incredible price that will have to be seen to be believed. Make sure to visit CSOdessaand ConceptDraw in booth # 1514 at WESTEC2012, March 27-29, in the Los Angeles Convention Center. ### Founded in 1993, Computer Systems Odessasupplies productivity tools and graphics technologies to professional and corporate users around the world. From their headquarters in Odessa,Ukraine, and offices in San Jose,CA, and Boston, MA, CSOdessasells internationally in over 150 countries. The ConceptDraw Productivity Line has won numerous awards, and is used by hundreds of thousands all over the world. ConceptDraw is a registered trademark. ConceptDraw Office, ConceptDraw MINDMAP, ConceptDraw PROJECT,and ConceptDraw PROare trademarks of CSOdessa. Press Contact: Olin Reams firstname.lastname@example.org
Published on Mar 25, 2012
Visit CS Odessa at WESTEC Booth #1514 to learn more about how ConceptDraw MINDMAP can help you get to the bottom of supply chain screw-ups.