MMSA meets at the IBM facility in Carrollton, TX.
"Paul Nelson" wrote in message
I apologize for missing this last week. The Austin to San Antonio corridor
is without any user group at all. We tried to get one started up 4 years
ago, but getting any cooperation from IBM proved to be an exercise in
[mailto:midrange-nontech-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of sjl
Sent: Monday, January 23, 2012 9:13 AM
Subject: Re: Midrange User Groups
I am not an officer, only a member, of the Metro Midrange Systems
Association (MMSA) in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. MMSA is the only user
group in the North Texas area. The D/FW Midrange Professionals user group
(of which I was once president) merged with the MMSA back in the 90's.
Here is the URL for the MMSA:
You can contact the MMSA president (Robert Arce) at (817) 360-5616 for more
Hello everyone. I’m Vice President of the Delaware Valley Computer Users
>), based in the Philadelphia area.
I did a survey of all midrange user groups a few years ago and I wanted to
update the information.
If you can respond with the appropriate information about your users group,
I will send an spreadsheet to all the users groups for general information
and planning purposes.
I’ll start with our users group:
Thanks, Larry Ketzes
Name of user group:
Philadelphia, Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland
Individual Annual Dues:
Corporate Annual Dues:
Meeting / Year:
Meals included w/dues – type of meal:
Yes, site down buffet
Member dinner fees:
Larry Ketzes · Lead Infrastructure Engineer · MetLife International
600 King Street · Wilmington, DE 19801 · 302.594.2146
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