STEM User Group Meeting 2013

03 May 2013

Our 18th annual business-modelling event will run from Wednesday–Thursday, 02–03 October 2013, in the inspirational and tranquil surroundings of King’s College, Cambridge, UK.

This is a unique opportunity for prospective clients to meet and compare notes with existing users, including leading practitioners of our STEM visual software for the reliable modelling of business, and to shape directly the ongoing development of the process and platform.

The event will combine showcase solutions for topical modelling challenges in network strategy with guest and house presentations on detailed STEM techniques and tips, as well as a preview of the latest software updates. A simplified business case for Platform as a Service (PaaS) will be explored in an interactive modelling workshop on the value chain of a would-be SME customer with servers to host and that of a cloud provider with multiple data-centre services to sell.

Wednesday 02 October 2013    Thursday 03 October 2013
Solution framework: Next generation access costing ‘without a map’ Platform update: Robin’s popular one-hour ‘tutorial demo’ incorporating latest software enhancements
Platform update: What’s new in STEM 7.4 Interactive workshop (part II): Balancing a business case for the customer with profit for the provider
Interactive workshop (part I): Exploring the value chain for platform as a service (PaaS) Solution framework: Increasing market share with Voice over LTE
Technical showcase: Guest presentations (TBD) Technical showcase: Working with constrained capacity, maximum utilisation per-unit and per-site, and last year’s leaky reservoir re-visited
GALA DINNER at King’s College Informal meal at Robin’s favourite pizza restaurant

Figure 1: Provisional programme for the STEM User Group Meeting 2013

Registration is now closed.

STEM User Group Meeting 2012 proceedings
3–4 October 2012, King's College, Cambridge, UK

The full proceedings of the event are now available, including all of the STEM models presented in the modelling track sessions.

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