AUVSI 2014 - DACIS Offers Competitive Intelligence on Unmanned Systems Market

Defense/Aerospace Competitive Intelligence Service (DACIS) will show you how DACIS quickly gives you valuable strategic and tactical insights into unmanned systems-related budgets, customers, and business opportunities.

CHANTILLY, Va., April 28, 2014 -- In preparation for AUVSI's Unmanned Systems 2014 program and exhibition, InfoBase Publishers, Inc., announces a free, 30-minute webinar showcasing its coverage of companies, contracts and upcoming business opportunities within the unmanned systems marketplace.


Hosted by InfoBase VP Bill Burton, this fast-paced tour of the Defense/Aerospace Competitive Intelligence Service (DACIS) will show you how DACIS quickly gives you valuable strategic and tactical insights into unmanned systems-related budgets, customers, and business opportunities, as well as competitor information supporting Black Hat reviews. To further demonstrate the power of DACIS, webinar attendees will receive free DACIS unmanned systems news alerts during the program and exhibition (12 - 15 May 2014).

Mr. Burton's webinar will be held 7 May 2014 at 11:15am ET. Click here to automatically add this event to your online calendar app (i.e., Microsoft Outlook).

"The session will be fast, informal, and should hold the interest of sales, BD, capture, and strategy professionals," said Bill Burton. "This half-hour will be vital show prep for AUVSI."

InfoBase account representative David Leary will be in attendance at the exhibition, and is available to share further information about DACIS. If you cannot attend the webinar, but are interested in what DACIS can do for you, please feel free to reach out directly to David at david.leary@DACIS.com to arrange a future tour and evaluation trial.

Founded in 1996, InfoBase Publishers, Inc., is the leading publisher of competitive intelligence on the aerospace and defense industry. Please visit www.dacis.com.

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