FabTrol Systems to Present at PNFSA's Annual Conference and Participate in AISC's SteelDay 2014

FabTrol Systems will participate in two steel industry events on Friday, September 19

Online PR News – 16-September-2014 – Eugene, OR – FabTrol Systems, a global provider of steel fabrication management solutions, will have staff participating at two separate industry events this week to discuss the benefits of using steel fabrication management software.

Jim Moody, international business development manager at FabTrol Systems, will be at STS Steel Inc., a longtime user of FabTrol Systems’ software, for a facility tour, luncheon and presentation in Schenectady, New York to contribute to SteelDay 2014, an annual educational and networking event sponsored by the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC). STS Steel specializes in complex steel fabrication for small to medium projects and has a unique facility that was originally designed to fabricate heavy locomotives. Both STS Steel and FabTrol Systems are celebrating their 30th anniversaries this year.

Later in the day, FabTrol Systems’ general manager, Brian Williams, and Sue Landis, regional account manager, will be co-presenting with Mark Allphin, business manager– steel of Tekla, Inc., at the Pacific Northwest Steel Fabricators Association (PNSFA) 2014 Annual Conference at Eagle Crest Resort in Redmond, Oregon. The presentation will provide insights into how the use of Building Information Modeling (BIM) tools and steel fabrication management software can help prepare for projects and manage change. Attendees will also learn about the benefits of real-time, integrated data and automated material purchasing.

To learn more about FabTrol Systems' software solutions, visit http://www.fabtrol.com or email info@fabtrol.com.

About FabTrol Systems

FabTrol Systems, a global leader in steel fabrication management solutions since 1984, is a proud member of the Dowco Group. Founded by steel fabricators, and still built around a core team of former steel fabricators, the company continues its commitment to the industry by continuously researching fabricators’ needs, developing new software solutions, actively seeking feedback from its customer companies—over 1,000 globally—and by working with other industry leaders to address existing and future needs.

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