With over 350 visitors, the Q.Events of the software manufacturer Babtec last year exceeded the previous record. The series of events focused not only on professional exchange, but also on current trends in quality management and product news.
The interest in Babtec's Q.Events has never been greater. For years, the industry event has recorded increasing numbers of visitors; but with 355 participants from 209 companies, a new record was set in 2019. Since 2012, the quality events have been held regularly at various locations in Germany and Austria, and have become a fixed date in the calendar for industry professionals. The network event is the gathering place for all the top names in the quality industry.
The reasons for the lively interest are obvious: in addition to exciting current topics on the agenda, the top-class speakers from various sectors ensure an all-round successful event. Last year, for example, experts such as auditor and quality expert Dr. Markus Reimer, futurologist Kai Gondlach and FMEA specialist Dr. Alexander Schloske were convincing on stage. However, it is not only the lectures that make the events so special; the focus is also on the discussions between the participants. "We are pleased to bring the world of quality together at our events. Many great partnerships have already resulted from the exchange of ideas," emphasizes Lutz Krämer, Speaker and Head of Products at Babtec. In his keynote speech he discussed the fields of action with which quality management can and should be digitalized in concrete terms. In addition, the latest products and further developments of the Babtec software were not to be missed: for example, all facts about the new Release 7 were presented.
As a highlight, there was an individual supporting programme after the events. The participants gladly took the opportunity to get to know each other better during a guided tour through the German Football Museum, the Red Bull Arena or the famous Dresden Panometer. And the vast majority of the visitors agree: Q.Events are already marked as fixed events for 2020.