ArgonDigital will be displaying at the INCOSE International Symposium

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We would like to meet you at the 2013 INCOSE International Symposium

Our company and people have been actively participating and supporting INCOSE since its inception including attending and exhibiting at the International Symposiums. Just like you we are engineers and project managers attending the conference to meet people that share the same interests and want to gain and share knowledge in an effort to advance and promote systems engineering.

Please drop by our booth (E5) to say hello and allow us to introduce ourselves. We are passionate about systems engineering and the role requirements play in the on-time and within-budget delivery of customer-centric products that meet or exceed customer expectations.

Lou Wheatcraft, one of our consultants/trainers and co-chair of the INCOSE Requirements Working Group, will be there to chat as well as answer any questions you may have. he can also sign you up for the Requirements Working Group.

Enter to win an iPad Mini

We are also giving away an iPad Mini so come by Booth E5 and enter for a chance to win. Just drop off a business card at our booth or you can fill out a brief registration form by clicking the icon to the left. If you DO BOTH, you will double your odds of winning.

ArgonDigital

We have come to be known as the ArgonDigital because we have trained over 25,000 professionals and consulted with organizations like NASA, Accenture, Caterpillar, Sandia National Laboratories, GE Aviaton, Applied Biosystems and numerous others. And it’s also because of experts like you. Many of you know us and have benefited from our requirements training, services, whitepapers, articles and blogs. That street runs in both directions…we have learned from our students and the wealth of experience they have accumulated. We and our clients are constantly feeding this knowledge back into the systems engineering community. And that’s why we want talk with you.

We look forward to meeting you!

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