Looking Into Lucity >>> May’s Events

Take a look at this month’s events:

Regional User Groups
We’ve only got a few Regional User Group (RUG) meetings left for 2014…and one of them may be in your region! We’ll be heading to the Northeast this week, and then traveling back home to the KC area for our Midwest RUG meeting on the 20th of May. After that we’ll meet with our Central Region users in Kentucky and in Chicago. If you’d like to attend one of these meetings, please register!

What’s New
Following last month’s What’s New presentation on IPT, we will continue our series on Lucity’s Environmental Compliance modules with a demonstration of the FOG (Fats, Oils and Grease) module. We will be presenting a 15-minute demo, followed by a Q&A session, this Thursday, May 15 at 10:30 am CDT. Registration is required to attend the interactive presentation for “What’s New: Fats, Oils and Grease” and can be done here. If you are unable to attend, you can still register to receive additional information after the event, as well as a link to the recorded video when it is posted.

Taking a Closer Look
This month we will be taking a closer look at a new feature available for our users that supports document uploads from Lucity Web or Lucity Mobile. Watch this short overview of this functionality in “Taking a Closer Look: Document Uploads”. This video is now available here.

In Case You Missed It Last Month
• Taking a Closer Look: Shared Tabs
• What’s New: Industrial Pretreatment

Feel free to leave comments/questions for any of the videos. If you have any requests or suggestions for future topics, be sure to let us know!

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