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The premier organization for discrete-event simulation professionals in Michigan and the Mid-West.
The premier organization for discrete-event simulation professionals in Michigan and the Mid-West.

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Don't miss our 2013 Q3 Newsletter - Out Now!

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Apologies for the slightly tardy announcement, but our 2013 Q2 Newsletter is now available.

You can sign-up to receive future newsletters (and other goodies) at: http://www.m-sug.org/AnnouncementSubscription.html

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Please save the date for our 19th Annual Conference! As in previous years, the event will be held at Michigan State University's Management Education Center.

We are pleased to announce that FlexSim Software Products, Inc. have generously agreed to sponsor our Annual Conference for the second year running!

If you are interested in presenting, please contact our Speakers Chair, Mandy Tague, on speakers@m-sug.org.

Len Copus, our Sponsor/Vendor Liaison, should be contacted if you wish to claim a vendor exhibit table or a vendor presentation slot. You can reach him at vendor.liaison@m-sug.org.

If you have suggestions, comments or questions about the conference, please contact our Conference Chair, Randy Combs, at conference.chair@m-sug.org.

Check back often for pricing, speaker abstracts & bios, vendors and other updates as they become available, and also our web-site: http://www.m-sug.org/node/117.

We hope to see you there!

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The Michigan Simulation User Group (MSUG) is pleased to announce that we will be hosting our May 2013 General Meeting at Bailey's Sports Grille in Dearborn on May 15th.

We're also pleased to announce that Kevin Kohls will be giving a presentation on Lean Accounting:

Kevin Kohls is the president of Kohls Consulting, and has worked in throughput improvement and simulation for 25 years, mostly in the auto and aerospace industry. The ability for this type of analysis to generate improved profitability is key to the success of any company. Surprisingly, most people performing net profit calculations generate a wide range of wrong results, creating internal conflict and indecision. This presentation will focus on the basics of financial decision making that is summarized from Kevin's book: The Conflicted Middle—Lean Accounting.

This is a free Michigan Simulation User Group (MSUG) event! Food and beverages are available from the pub.

Check back for updates or visit our web-site.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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Our 2013 Qtr 1 Newsletter is out now!

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Our 2012 Qtr 4 Newsletter is out now!

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