Arts Management Systems mission is to provide enterprise wide software for the total administration of Arts & Entertainment organizations.
David has been developing in Omnis Studio for over 9 years with Arts Management Systems. In that time he has played a major role in converting ArtsMan’s main..
Andreas Pfeiffer is senior consultant at Omnis Software in Hamburg. He supports customers in order to optimise their Omnis Studio development.
MIchael Monschau (Brainy Data Limited) joined the Tiger Logic (then Blyth Software) engineering team at Mitford House in 1989.
Studio 8 is a major milestone for Omnis and with it comes more enhancements that let Omnis connect with the rest of the software world. One such area is data visualisation.
Lou has been an Omnis developer for a very long time; one of the first in the world, in fact, starting with early DOS-only versions back in ’82 and ’83.
Alex Clay is a second-generation Omnis developer and leads the development team at Suran Systems, Inc. In 2000
David is a longtime Omnis user, in the 30 year club (since 1985). His very first system, a music licensing system, is still in use after a major rewrite for Studio.
Nick Renders had his first revelation in the mid 90s, when his parents bought a Macintosh Performa. Captivated by the beige monolithic machine, Nick decided to learn all there was to know about computers.
David Blaymires is the CEO of Instinct Systems Pty Ltd, based in Sydney, Australia and has been involved with Omnis since 1989 when he first used an application developed in Omnis 3.3 on a Mac Plus.
Gavin Foster began working in Omnis at Blyth Software in 1989. He then worked as an external consultant in Futures and Options at JP Morgan
Kurt is an experienced Linux dev and administrator. He’s currently taking this whole devops thing for a ride.
Bastiaan Olij has been developing Omnis applications since 1997. Originally starting with Omnis 7 and using Studio since its initial release he has worked his way through every iteration of Omnis Studio.
If the audience raises a question which takes a speaker into an area not directly related to the core topic, then the group can agree to pursue that line and return to the core topic afterwards. This is only possible because the subjects indicated for the speakers are a proposal, a guideline rather than a strict rule.
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