2022 M4 Users Conference
October 10-12 | Richmond, Virginia
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Includes General Sessions, Breakout Sessions, Welcome Reception, Networking, Monday and Tuesday Lunches, and the Customer Appreciation Event.
Includes all items noted above plus one (1) Pre-Conference Training Class.
Includes Monday and Tuesday Lunches, Welcome Reception, and Customer Appreciation Dinner.
OSP Engineering with M4
Users will learn the basics of fiber digitization including fiber at the strand level, splicing, configuring fiber equipment, assigning counts, tracing, and reporting. This course is best suited for users with some experience in M4 Foundation, Fiber, and Work Order.
Back to the Basics with M4 Foundations
This foundational course helps all users to either get started or hone their skills with the everyday functions and workflows in M4 Foundation. The course content will provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to come away with a strong fundamental knowledge base of M4.
Reporting with M4
This class will give users the understanding of how reporting can benefit their daily work. We will cover how to filter data with parameters, sort, aggregate, and how to extract data from the SQL server. This class is geared towards users who manage and disperse data within their company and would like to use M4 to facilitate the process.
M4 Universal Translator Basics
Transforming data from multiple systems is vital in understanding your network, making decisions, and meeting regulatory reporting requirements. Universal Translator teaches you how to import, export, and manipulate data using M4 and Safe Software’s FME translation engine to solve data interoperability challenges.
Keep the fun going by joining us at Drive Shack following the welcome reception. We'll enjoy food, drinks, games, and the interactive driving range.
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