With ACT still fresh in our minds, this month’s issue contains a few ACT-related topics:
ACT 2014 Recap >>>
This was our most-attended ACT ever! We were thrilled to welcome over 220 individuals from all across the U.S. – over half of them were first-time attendees. We filled our days with educational sessions, success stories, and user groups; and, we spent our evenings socializing and networking – often with sandy toes. A huge thank you to all who attended, and an even bigger thank you to all of you who participated. We’re already working on ACT 2015 so be on the lookout for more information soon!
Training from ACT >>>
Every year the Lucity team produces and updates dozens of training guides for our training presentations at ACT. And every year, we publish them for all of our clients to access. So even if you missed out on ACT, you can still access these training guides in the Knowledge Base of our Support Center. ACT 2014 Training Guides are now available! Our client presenters also work hard on their own YOUser Training presentations, and we share all of them that we receive for your use also!
What’s New >>>
A big topic at ACT every year is what’s new in our latest release. Just a few weeks prior to ACT, we released our most recent version: 2014r2. This release has many new features and functionality, so we want to take the time to go over some of the highlights and allow you to ask questions during an interactive presentation. This live event will be Tuesday, September 30 at 10:00a.m. CST. Register here for What’s New: 2014r2 Release in order to attend!
Focus On >>>
This month, Greg Torres, Lucity GIS Support Specialist, is presenting part three of our series on Lucity GIS Tools. Greg will be covering the Lucity Desktop Editor Tools available in ArcMap. Greg will be covering everything from MXD edit session settings to asset-specific editing tools. This video is available, as always, on our Lucity YouTube page. Subscribe to the channel to get access to these videos as soon as they are produced!
In Case You Missed It Last Month >>>
From the Lucity Blog >>>
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