Genius ERP: ready out-of-the-box for custom manufacturing.
After a long hiatus, the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) returns for its 33rd edition next week —and Genius ERP will be there! Held at the massive McCormick Place complex in Chicago from September 12-17, IMTS is one of the biggest and best events we go to — and we are incredibly excited to be back.
Come join us in our log cabin booth to talk manufacturing, or just take a load off on one of our comfy couches. We have a great spot on Level 3 of the East Building, just next to the giant rooftop patio overlooking Lake Michigan (where there should be some great food trucks as well!). If you are looking for us using the “Map Your Show” program, we are in booth 133155.
IMTS is a great chance for manufacturers to connect with their colleagues, check on the current trends in our industry, and get inspired by the absolute latest technology from around the world. This year’s event will see exhibitors and attendees from over 120countries.
The previous event in 2018 set records across the board, hosting over 2,500 exhibitors and almost 130,000 attendees —taking up over 1.4M square feet at the McCormick Place complex. Hopefully, this year’s event will be even bigger! We know that many manufacturers are as excited as we are to get back to the action.
We love the chance to spend time face to face with our customers and other manufacturers who are trying to see if we are right for them — both inside and outside the show. So please dropby if you are in Chicago, and let’s see if we can help you grow your business with Genius ERP. Hope to see you there!
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