Benefits of NEC Users’ Group

Benefits of NEC Users’ Group

NEC Users’ Group comprises of over 400 members across the globe. It brings together organisations and individual users to exchange knowledge, best practice and contact details through events, training and networking.

Members are given access to NEC experts who provide dedicated technical support and tailored consultancy. It also includes free and discounted access to a range of NEC events, products and services.

We are dedicated to ensuring our members are fully briefed on news and activities happening across the world of NEC. Keep up-to-date with the latest NEC insights and developments through regular communications and newsletters, expert advice and support and a relevant and engaging event calendar.

Our newsletters contain updates from government and industry as well as international case studies, expert advice, and regularly featured FAQ’s. It is the go-to source for everything you need to know about what is happening with NEC right now.  

“I’m very keen for users of NEC contracts to become members of the Users’ Group.  Your membership of the Group is vital in keeping NEC informed of your experiences in using the contracts – both positive and negative.  I also urge users in the supply chain to become members.  Through its annual conferences, seminars and newsletters the Users’ Group offers members unparalleled access to up to the minute developments relating to NEC contracts and the opportunity to swap experiences with other users including users abroad.  The success of NEC is dependent upon user engagement.” Rudi Klein – NEC Users’ Group President

Joining the NEC Users’ Group entitles you to complimentary passes at NEC Users’ Group Annual seminar (depending on your membership).

Download the latest NEC Users' Group brochure for more information.

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