Community Entrepreneurs to Discuss Leading-Edge Technology at Free Business Seminars
East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania’s Research and Economic Development (RED) division, in collaboration with community partners Pennsylvania CareerLink Monroe County, Pocono Mountains Economic Development Corporation, Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau, Greater Pocono Chamber of Commerce and the Pocono Mountains Keystone Innovation Zone will host a series of informative business seminars focused on advancements in enterprise resource planning solutions and the fundamentals of 3D printing.
The Entrepreneurs-on-Entrepreneurship: Leading Edge Technology Bootcamps will be in the ESU Innovation Center, 562 Independence Road (Brown Street and Route 447), East Stroudsburg. The bootcamps are free and open to the public. However, registration is required. Contact Carter McClure at 570-422-7953 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and email address for reservations.
The series includes:
- Visual Studio Integration in ERP Solutions, Thursday, April 24, 6 to 8 p.m.
Shaun Hern, C.E.O. & Founder, PinPoint Solutions, LLC, will lead this two-hour session which introduces advanced enterprise resource planning (ERP) software (SYSPRO) with power-tailored solutions for data analytics. This session will show how a SYSPRO integration framework with e.net solutions will allow you to leverage data access beyond the enterprise. There will be a product demonstration introducing the new capabilities of Visual Studio 2012 for the application lifecycle management. The result is a highly configurable system designed to adapt and change as ERP requirements evolve. Topics include using Visual Studio HTML5 and C+ and other industry standards at the simplest level. No programming knowledge or experience is required.
- The Fundamentals of 3D Printing, Tuesday, April 29, 6 to 8 p.m.
Robert “Chuck” Stewart IV, president and founder of Computer Techies, LLC, will address 3D printing as a process of transforming a digital model into three dimensional solid objects. From 3D printed prosthetics to structures in space, many of these advances in science and manufacturing were prototype on affordable 3D printer platforms. With increased affordability, 3D printers are transforming consumer perception and academic models. This seminar will discuss the equipment, software, and innovative leaders surrounding this new technology and examine the feasibility of using 3D printing as a learning tool for K-12 students.