AUMA Convention & AMSC Trade Show 2018 | Municipal Leaders | PMH Insights

AUMA and AMSC Convention 2018 events Alberta Canada PMHInsights

Sep 26th – Sep 27th, 2018 | Westerner Park | Red Deer, Alberta

Meet PMH Insights #1 Global Strategic Planning & Execution Implementation group at the  AUMA Convention and AMSC Trade Show 2018   Red Deer, Alberta

Join more than 1,000 elected officials, administrators and business partners for the 2018 AUMA Convention and AMSC Trade Show.

This year’s Convention will include dialogue sessions with provincial Ministers, and breakout topics such as the opioid crisis, impact of autonomous vehicles, cybersecurity, municipal rights-of-way, what the upcoming provincial election means for municipalities, and more. Members will also have the opportunity to vote on resolutions, as well as the 2018 AUMA elections.

Looking for new business solutions for your municipality? Look no further than the AMSC Trade Show, bringing together more than 100 municipally focused partners aimed at streamlining your efficiency.


PMH INSIGHTS WILL BE EXHIBITING AT THE AUMA ANNUAL CONFERENCE  2018 | Booth #81
PMH Insights is a specialist implementation partner for Envisio & Cascade.

We help organizations select the best technology solution to track, monitor and report on and against your Strategic, Master and Operational Business Plans. (Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework) Our solutions include Enterprise Performance Management and Metrics (KPI), Staff Performance Evaluations, Talent Management, Community Dashboard, Project Management and Risk options.

PMH Insights is able to produce “whole of business” reporting capabilities which allow CAOs’ and CEOs’ complete visibility of they’re cities in real time.  We promote aligned and transparent activity across the organization and drive performance, in a secure cloud environment.

Ask  PMH Insights team to demonstrate how your challenging issues can be resolved

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