Automated Business Solutions: Technology Summit
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Cost: Free Registration
For the first time in two years, the Warwick-based Automated Business Solutions will be holding its annual Technology Summit on Wednesday, November 10, from 3:00 pm to 7:00 at the Dunkin Donuts Center in Providence. Those who attend may stay to watch the Providence Bruins Hockey game later that night.
The Technology Summit features several of the company's preferred vendors who will display, demonstrate, and share the latest innovations for the office. Guest speakers will also deliver news regarding the industry; including trends and machines hitting the market.
Registration for the event is free but space is limited, click to register here.
Ardry said their event is fun and informative for those looking to streamline their office solutions into the new year.
“We partner with a diverse group of companies that are able to be on the cutting edge of technology,” he said. “These products and services are done with the small business in mind. People are looking save money and with our knowledge and expertise, we are all able to provide quality service and product for short-term and long-term goals.”
The Summit will be held at the Dunk for the first time. Previous Summits were held at McCoy Stadium in Pawtucket. There will be a maximum of 200 guest for this event due to space regulations. Perhaps the biggest difference this time out is the saddest. ABS Co-Founder and President, Alan Albergaria, lost his life on March 27, 2020, when he was struck and killed by a drunk driver while out for a walk. As a result of this tragic loss, proceeds from their raffles and silent auction will benefit Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) in his memory.
ABS Company President Mike Ardry said, “The impact of Alan's loss will be felt for generations. He inspired so many to do their best, to be better, to give back to the community. His generosity was only outweighed by his compassion, caring and desire to see those around him succeed in all aspects of their life.”