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Qube Global Software presents at CoreNet Hong Kong | April 18 2011

Qube Global Software continued their support of CoreNet by speaking at the Hong Kong Global Summit on March 23.

The 3 day event was held at the Kowloon Shangri-La hotel, with the educational focus on ‘Social Dynamics, Growing Cities, Evolving Lifestyles and Global Influences’.

CEO John Cuppello and Matthew Sheldrick, Vice President of Business Development, shared their thoughts on a number of different technologies available to corporate real estate professionals.  With global influences constantly evolving, communications have become integral to an increasingly global world, across generations, technologies, time and place.  Leading the session on technology tools for corporate real estate, Sheldrick discussed the effectiveness of tools for Business Intelligence and SharePoint for corporate real estate.  Cuppello provided some insight into the latest thinking on Cloud Computing.  They also shared some new tools for space and move management.  Cuppello stated that, “Matthew and I were delighted with the level of interest in this educational session.”

Qube Global Software has supported CoreNet for over 10 years.  Cuppello reaffirmed his strong commitment to CoreNet, saying that, “We fully stand behind the superb educational program provided by CoreNet and will continue to contribute material, ideas and resources.  We are looking forward to our next educational session at the CoreNet Global Summit event in Chicago, May 1 through 3, 2011. The networking opportunities that we also receive from our association with CoreNet will continue to add to our personal and business development.”

Qube Global Software believes and supports the concept that software should work the way you do.  Our latest version 10 solution reflects this philosophy and provides an intuitive set of tools for all aspects of corporate real estate.

About CoreNet Global

CoreNet Global is the world’s leading association for corporate real estate (CRE) and workplace professionals, service providers and economic developers.

Nearly 7,000 members, who include 70% of the Fortune 100 and nearly half of the Forbes Global 2000, meet locally, globally and virtually to develop networks, share knowledge, learn and thrive professionally.

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Britany Wright
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