READING, PA--(Marketwire - January 31, 2011) - Weidenhammer Systems Corporation's National alio/CIMS User Conference will be held March 21-23 at the Tempe Mission Palms Hotel and Conference Center in Tempe, Arizona. 

This three-day event begins at 1 p.m. on March 21 and the conference will feature over 60 information-packed sessions for alio and CIMS customers. In addition, conference attendees will also receive a first-hand account from the Nebo School District about how they use alio to bolster productivity and efficiency. Attendees can also participate in roundtable discussion groups and view a variety of demonstrations.

Since 1980, alio Finance and Human Resource systems have been working in school districts. The alio suite of products includes fund accounting, encumbrance accounting, general ledger, purchasing, accounts payable, accounts, receivable, budgeting, finance, payroll, human resources, position control, salary administration and complete reporting. It is deployed on an Oracle database and runs on Windows, Linux, and Unix servers.

Weidenhammer's CIMS Finance/Student solution provides Comprehensive Information Management for Schools, with software that gives districts a complete set of financial, human resources, payroll and student tracking applications -- all intuitive and easy to learn. In addition, the CIMS Internet browser capability offers quick and convenient Web-based access to your information.

Attendance at the Users' Conference is limited to current Weidenhammer customers. If you have any questions regarding this year's conference or require additional information on alio or CIMS, please contact Sam Morgan, Director of Weidenhammer's Education Solutions Division, at 800-914-9856 or

About Weidenhammer
Founded in 1978, Weidenhammer is an education management software leader serving the business intelligence and information technology needs of more than 1,000 school districts in 40 states. The company specializes in using information technology as a tool for education administration. With nearly 200 IT professionals in seven locations, Weidenhammer is structured to align the requirements of any school district with the appropriate application of information technology. To learn more, please visit

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Sam Morgan