Special offers for MapInfo Forum 2014

By on 12 August, 2014

Map Info Forum 2014

To make the most of your MapInfo Forum 2014 experience – which began this week in Adelaide, and will continue to travel across Australia this month – Pitney Bowes has created some special offers exclusively for Forum attendees.

If you are running an older version of MapInfo Professional, Pitney Bowes is offering special pricing if you upgrade to v12.5 by 31st August 2014. This offer is available to anyone who registers for a MapInfo Forum in 2014. Contact Pitney Bowes for further details.

Additionally, if you register and attend a MapInfo Forum in 2014 you’ll receive a 20% discount off any Pitney Bowes training course, including online courses. Simply mention that you attended a MapInfo Forum when you book to receive this discount.*

If you have any questions about training courses, visit the Pitney Bowes training site.

For more information on the forum, visit the MapInfo Forum 2014 website.

 

* All training courses must be booked and attended before Wednesday, 24th December 2014. This offer is non-transferable and is not available with any other offer. Course places are limited and on a first come, first serve basis.

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