B–Three Delivers Consistent Message at Two Local Conferences
January 11, 2010
Pittsburgh, PA — “Fixed fee / Fixed timeline / One-year warranty.” At two recent conferences, representatives of B–Three Solutions, Inc., met with a very wide variety of businesses and nonprofit organizations, but their basic message remained consistent. B–Three believes that its approach to software development is an excellent fit for any type of organization.
The first of the conferences — TechNow 2009 — took place October 29 on the campus of Robert Morris University. Robert Morris is home to the Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management, which organizes the annual conference. This year’s conference attracted nearly 100 participants from organizations throughout Western Pennsylvania.
Exactly two weeks later, on November 12, Duquesne University was the site of the fourth annual Pennsylvania Business Technology Conference, sponsored by the university’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC). The conference brought together 178 registrants and 40 exhibitors for a day–long series of workshops and other presentations.
At each event, conference participants stopped at the B–Three table to view a PowerPoint presentation running on a high–definition television. The slide show introduced B–Three Solutions and highlighted recent projects for high–profile clients like the City of Pittsburgh. In particular, the presentation emphasized B–Three’s repeated success in extending the useful life of a client’s existing software, and in developing cost–effective mobile workforce solutions.
While visiting the B–Three table, each participant filled out a card for a chance to take the TV home!
At TechNow 2009, the winner was Chris Chambers, the Controller of the Frick Art & Historical Center in Point Breeze.
At the SBDC conference, the TV was won by Valerie Chittester, a Marketing Specialist for Penn United Technologies in Cabot, PA.