AMRA 2003 International Symposium delegates will learn new ways to tackle emerging challenges

AMRA will address issues facing utility, metering and data-management professionals alike with a strong educational lineup at the AMRA 2003 International Symposium, Sept. 7-10 in St. Louis, Mo.

NORTHBROOK, Ill., Feb. 4, 2003 -- The Automatic Meter Reading Association (AMRA) will address issues facing utility, metering and data-management professionals alike with a comprehensive educational lineup at the AMRA 2003 International Symposium, Sept. 7-10 in St. Louis, Mo.

More than 40 general sessions courses, workshops and panel presentations feature industry leaders who I will share their knowledge of the technologies and practices that allow companies to maximize the value ~ of customer data, improve financial strategies, and implement new technologies and applications for efficient, customer-focused operations.

"The AMRA 2003 Symposium will give attendees a firsthand look at the innovative technologies and business strategies that can help improve their company's bottom line," said AMRA President Maritza Jackson. "The goal of this year's educational program is to take symposium delegates one step further by enabling them to discuss methods for tackling the tough issues in today's rough economic environment."

Educational session tracks -designed to help utility executives, regulators and business-sector leaders surmount new economic and strategic challenges -will cover:

AMR business cases
Metering and systems
Industry and regulation
Implementing AMR solutions Systems integration Customer care
Enterprise efficiencies and systems engineering

Start planning today to attend the AMRA 2003 International Symposium, Sept. 7- 10 at the America's Center in St. Louis. The complete educational schedule will be available online soon at http://www.amra-intl.org/symposium/index.htm. In the meantime, visit the AMRA web site to learn about sponsorship, exhibit and advertising opportunities.

About AMRA

AMRA and e-amra.com are nonprofit organizations founded to address standardization, justification and deployment practices in the application and advancement of enhanced customer-service and resource- management technologies. The groups' mission is to provide AMR information and educational resources worldwide by advocating standards and the use of advanced metering technologies. Members of the associations receive numerous benefits, including newsletters, AMR reports, and discounted registration fees for educational events.

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