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The leading standard for enterprise application interoperability.
The leading standard for enterprise application interoperability.

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Ed Carlson, Director of Strategic Markets for Milsoft Utility Solutions tells their success story using MultiSpeak as an integral part of bringing technology solutions in the utility market.

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Scott Tolbert, CTO of Applied Technology Solutions (ATS), speaks of how MultiSpeak has made their lives easier through standardized enterprise application integration.

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David Rowe, President of Partner Software explains the advantages of including MultiSpeak in their software integration strategies.

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Greg Wolven, P.E. with WIN Energy describes the value MultiSpeak brings to his utility.

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MultiSpeak Integrator Training:  Fall 2014 in Nashville, TN
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MultiSpeak Security Test Harness Now available

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2014 MultiSpeak Regional Integrator Training 
Last week to book your hotel for Nashville!
The hotel cut-off date is August 27th!

City/State Hotel Property
Registration Hotel Website Hotel Rate Training Dates Class
Registration 
Denver, CO Grand Hyatt Denver Grand Hyatt Denver $209.00 August 4-6th Closed
St Louis, MO Hilton St. Louis 
at the ballpark Hilton St. Louis 
$179.00 
NRE
(Hotel Rate Code) September 8-10th Register 

Nashville, TN Hampton Inn & Suites 
Nashville Downtown Hampton Inn Nashville 
$219.00 
RET
(Hotel Rate Code) October 6-8th Register 

Fort Worth, TX Sheraton Fort Worth 
Hotel and Spa Sheraton Fort Worth Hotel and Spa
$129.00
NNK09A 
(Hotel Rate Code) November 10-12th Register 


3 full days of training 
Start at 8:00 AM 
End at 5:00 PM
FREE for MultiSpeak Members 
$500.00 each for non members

We are pleased to announce MultiSpeak Integrator regional training locations and dates. 

This training will give your team the jump start it needs to accelerate your project decision and deployment timelines by gaining hands-on
experience on how to implement integration solutions that use: 

  MultiSpeak Web Services 
  WSDL first development 
  ESB configuration and deployment 

Participants will learn to identify the interface components required to support a particular business process through understanding of the 
MultiSpeak Use Case library and the MultiSpeak data model. 
At the end of this three days training they will know about: 

  Translating business process requirements into development requirements. 
  How to develop MultiSpeak compliant web service clients and servers 
  Ease of integration using web services. 
  Interoperability and ecosystems. 
  Common web services testing tools. 

By “digging into” MultiSpeak integration for the first time in a controlled utility environment, with an experienced instructor, your teams’ learning curve is significantly reduced.
With this training and practical tips on avoiding common errors and missteps, attendees will be able to return to their development environment and immediately begin
the specification, development and deployment of their operational code. 

Registration for classes will soon be open on the MultiSpeak Website . Mark your calendars and save the date in your preferred city. 

We appreciate your continued participation in making MultiSpeak THE leading standard for enterprise application interoperability. 

Sincerely, 


Doug Lambert 
MultiSpeak Program Manager 

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We are having an interesting afternoon lab in our MultiSpeak Integrator's training class in Denver.  The assignment is to take a use case and create a project with a server and client that can pass on demand meter readings to a customer billing system.  If you are interested in learning this, sign up for the next training class:  http://www.multispeak.org/about/Training/Pages/default.aspx
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MultiSpeak Integrator training is underway in beautiful downtown Denver, Co.  
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