Details of series of Seminar / Workshops focussing on the implications of the euro on the IT and Finance functions. The BASDA EMU seminars/workshops are designed to make users aware of the challenges and help them to avoid the problems associated with the introduction of Economic & Monetary Union. They will focus on the practical implications for business systems and how the euro will impact on commercial operations both in the UK and the Euro-zone. The workshop sessions will provide real-life case studies and interactive tutorials which will be split into 3 streams relating to the requirements of small, medium and large organisations. They will be offering practical advice to on how to deal with customers and suppliers already operating in the Euro-zone and how to prepare for possible UK entry into EMU. Delegates will have the opportunity to learn from the experiences of companies that have already changed their systems to deal with the euro.
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