Matt Miller serves as Director, Life Sciences with more than 10 years’ experience in the Life Sciences field. He has a strong background in Microsoft Word and technology. In Matt’s role at Litera Microsystems, his focus is on product and product strategy.
The 52nd Annual DIA conference has come to a close. I have attended other DIA shows in the past but this was my first DIA Annual show. I hope all that attended had as much fun as I did meeting peers, technology leaders, and long-time friends. I did not have a chance to attend many speaker sessions (I did hear good things though), as activity levels were high on the exhibitor floor. Our booth (2405) was nestled into southwest corner of the hall for what was a very busy couple of days talking with vendors and attendees. As the dust has settled and our booth has been boxed, I reflected on some of the key topics and takeaways from this year's DIA Annual conference.
From an innovative technology solutions provider point of view, connecting, educating and evaluating were what I saw as those key topics and takeaways. Being able to have thought provoking discussions with actionable outcomes was huge for us. We had over 200 people stop by the booth with 30+ product demonstrations happening. The event proved to be a great platform for clients and prospects to educate us on some of their daily struggles, while we were able to highlight how our software solutions can assist with many of their daily struggles. Continuing to learn from the community is key to our business and our products future and we welcome these opportunities.
From everyone at Microsystems, we would like to thank DIA for organizing a great conference and look forward to seeing everyone next year in Chicago!