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CEBIT Australia 2007
Sydney, Australia - 1st to 3rd May 2007
Exhibition / trade show

If you need to upgrade your management systems, you may find all the latest solutions at Australasia’s leading business and technology event, CeBIT Australia 2007!

Improve your efficiency with the latest in resource management, process management, and supply chain management systems! Discover the new generation of RFID, automatic data collection systems, integrated online management tools, and much more!

CeBIT Australia is the industry’s guide to better business!
- Browse all the leading technologies driving business in 10 product-specific sub-shows!
- Attend educational seminars.
- Network with over 30,000 industry experts and business decision makers.

Learn what technologies will work for your business. Discover how they can streamline your operations and improve your management systems, saving you time and money!

FREE online visitor registration commences February 2007.

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1st to 3rd May 2007

10.00am - 6.00pm (GMT +10:00) Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre

FREE online visitor registration commences February 2007. Unregistered visitors are required to pay $25 entrance fee.

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