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About the APUG

The ActivePivot User Group (APUG) is the largest annual conference designed for the ActivePivot client and partner community.

Whether you are an ActivePivot user, delivering services around ActivePivot, considering implementing it or planning to embed ActivePivot within a packaged solution, the APUG conference is the best venue to gain insight into other client experiences, share best practices, and discover the brand new ActivePivot modules.

ActivePivot User Group

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ActiveViam to host its ActivePivot User Group Conference in London on 14th October 2016

Mark your calendar! Registration is now open for the 8th ActivePivot User Group conference. Join us in London on Friday, 14th October for a special day packed with inspiring client use cases, networking opportunities and exciting product announcements.

TOP REASONS TO ATTEND

  • Hear from AQR, NORDEA, and STANDARD CHARTERED how the analysis of fast-moving data is transforming the way they make operational decisions everyday.
  • Learn how to steer your business more effectively by quickly discovering and responding to the multiple events that occur in your environment.
  • Network with your peers and expand your professional network within the growing community.

AQR

Nordea

FNAC

What did delegates like most about the APUG 2015 conference?

The conference was really interesting and helped us to understand reasoning behind new ActivePivot functionalities in a deeper way. Also sharing experience with colleagues from other projects was really helpful.


The conference was informative and the capabilities of ActivePivot are very impressive. Thank you very much for the invitation!
 


 
Very well organised, sessions were the right length, great venue.
 
 

Videos from previous APUG conferences

Video APUG 2012

4th ActivePivot User Group
Video Synopsis - May 2012

Video APUG 2013

5th ActivePivot User Group
Video Synopsis - June 2013

Video APUG 2016

8th ActivePivot User Group
Video Synopsis - October 2016