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Dean Evans & Associates, Inc. Announces Dates, Opens Registration for Annual EMS Conference

Gathering of Staff and Customers Encourages Collaboration Among Facility Management Professionals

DENVER, CO -- (Marketwire) -- 01/15/13 -- Dean Evans & Associates, Inc. (www.dea.com), a leader in the development of sophisticated room scheduling and event management software, announced today their annual EMS Conference will be held on September 16-18, 2013 in Vail, CO. Registration for the EMS2013 Conference is now open at www.dea.com/conference.

The Conference will emphasize key components and new features in EMS, offer facility management "best practice" presentations by EMS customers, and provide EMS customers with the opportunity to talk with representatives from EMS and EMS business partners.

"With the tremendous growth we experienced last year, it's more important than ever that we stay tuned-in to the challenges our customers face and how our products can make an immediate, positive impact on their operations," said company CEO Dean Evans. "While our clients have many avenues for providing us with feedback throughout the year, the EMS Conference is the cornerstone of our commitment to a collaborative product development process."

Aside from attending educational sessions, participating in roundtable discussions or meeting with vendors, attendees will have the chance to experience the best of fall in the Rocky Mountains. Furthermore, casual networking with peers and a number of evening activities are planned. Information on registration, travel, and Conference schedule can be found at www.dea.com/conference.

About Dean Evans & Associates
Founded in 1986 and based in Denver, Dean Evans & Associates is a leader in the development of sophisticated software systems for a wide variety of tasks including: meeting and event scheduling, resource management, academic scheduling, shared workspace management (office "hoteling"), web calendaring and online registration and surveys. More than 4,000 organizations including many Fortune 100 companies and hundreds of other corporations, over 1,000 higher education campuses, five of the six largest U.S. banks and thousands of conference centers, religious organizations, law firms, hospitals, cultural venues and sports facilities rely on EMS software. The company's products are used in over 75 countries and are backed by an award-winning Customer Support team. In 2012, Dean Evans & Associates, Inc. was named a "Top Workplace" by the Denver Post. For more information visit www.dea.com and follow Dean Evans & Associates, Inc. on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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Christine Schneider
Dean Evans & Associates, Inc.
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