New EMC Momentum User Group Site Now Available on EMC.com

A new user group site is available on EMC.com that links customers to regional user groups. On this site customers can find a local user group, register, and stay connected with that group. You can access this new site by going to www.emc.com/mug.

Can’t find a group in your region? No problem. Simply choose “Start a Group” and apply to have a group started in your area. You can also choose to become a leader of a group which gives you, the customer, the opportunity to reach out to members for suggestions and help set the agenda for meetings.

Why are these groups so valuable to you?

Simply put it allows members (EMC Information Intelligence Group customers) to receive ongoing information from the group in their region. It is also a great opportunity for members to network with peers and subject-matter experts either at the group meetings or outside of the scheduled meetings.

If you are an EMC Information Intelligence Group (IIG) partner this is an opportunity for your company to sponsor a group meeting. This could involve presenting a joint customer case study showcasing your company’s value add to the EMC Information Intelligence technology platform. This can increase awareness of your company as an EMC Preferred Partner and showcase niche product and service offerings that enhance EMC technology solutions.

I strongly encourage EMC IIG customers and partners to check out this new user group site today. If you are located in the Boston area, there will be a user group meeting on October 11th (8:00 – 3:30 pm). We look forward to seeing you there.

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