Join Aronson Systems at This Year’s 2012 TUG Conference

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Join Aronson Systems’ Lenni Witt and hundreds of her friends at the 2012 Timberline User Group (TUG) Conference. This promises to be a jam-packed four days full of networking and education.  Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from some of the best and most experienced STO users in the industry, along with some of the top certified consultants in the country.  Brainstorm over lunch.  Take your list of problems to the One-on-One Booth and have all your questions answered.  Attend executive level roundtables that address issues that concern management today.  Learn all about the new features that STO has to offer and hear Sage executives speak to the exciting, upcoming developments. Oh, and did we mention that it’s being held at the Gaylord Palms in Orlando, Florida?  Just in case you want to add a few days of R&R after you fill your brain, Disney is offering discounts to its venues.  You can find out all about the conference and session information at

About Kathryn Schneider

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Kathryn Schneider is a Director at Aronson Systems Group (ASG). With more than 12 years of software systems experience, she is responsible for assisting companies in evaluating various systems so they can prepare their back office for future growth. Kathryn specializes in enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions for the construction, real estate and government contracting industries. Her key areas of focus are: creating enthusiastic client relationships, identifying new market opportunities, and assisting companies in their selection of new product and services. She has a broad understanding of the software landscape in project accounting systems and deep experience with Quickbooks, Sage MasterBuilder, Sage Timberline, Deltek GCS Premier and Deltek Costpoint. Kathryn earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting from the University of New Hampshire in 1995. She is an active member of various industry group associations and spends her free time volunteering for Homeward Trails Animal Rescue.

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