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Automated Business Solutions Tech Summit Returns Oct. 29

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WARWICK, RI— Warwick-based Automated Business Solutions (ABS) will hold its Fourth Annual Technology Summit at McCoy Stadium in Pawtucket Tuesday, Oct. 29.

The free event features business partners of ABS who will discuss and demonstrate the latest innovations and solutions for the corporate office and trends impacting document workflow, security and office communications.

Attendees may have their photo taken with the 2018 World Series Trophy from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., which the Boston Red Sox won over the Los Angeles Dodgers.

This signature event for Automated Business Solutions continues growing annually. ABS President and Founder Alan Albergaria believe the Summit creates “forward thinking” ideas that make for a unique and special event.

“The Summit is our signature event that invites our guests to interact with our vendor partners, Sales Professionals and Senior Management within a casual setting. McCoy Stadium has been a wonderful host. The Summit provides a great platform for our valued guests to receive information on technology and emerging trends that can impact a business’ workflow and office communication.”

Demonstrations and Product Solutions presented will include, but not be limited to:

  • Multifunctional Machines for Printing, Copying and Scanning
  • VoIP Phone Systems
  • Managed IT Solutions
  • Mailing and Envelope Printing Solutions
  • Graphics & Production Print Solutions

The Summit will showcase speakers who are well versed on the hot topics of mitigating risk associated with copiers, email, and web browsing. Everyone can expect to walk away from the event with important info it can take back to impact change within their business, he said.

Added Albergaria, “The issue of office environment security is on the minds of executives and also on everyone’s radar these days. ABS is excited to have guest speakers from USI Insurance, Hewlett Packard, and Barracuda that reinforces its commitment to addressing this important issue.”

Guests can also enter to win prizes, including a flat screen television and New England Patriots tickets.

Admission to The Technology Summit is free, but registration is required. The first 50 people who sign up and attend will receive a complementary gift. Interested parties can register for the event by visiting: Please contact Jennifer Thomson at 401-732-0300 or at [email protected] for more details.

Rob Borkowski
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