If you’re an Informer user and you’ve attended one of our ICONs (Informer User Conference) before, or even if you haven’t, it’s time to get excited. Really. Excited.
This year’s conference is scheduled to be held September 30 – October 2, 2013, at Myrtle Beach, SC (Yeah, the beach!!!). ICON is where users from higher education, insurance and other industries across the country gather to share ideas, participate in presentations and exchange best practices related to using Informer.
The Informer User Conference will include breakout sessions with members of the Informer product development team, panel discussions on best practices and methodologies, client-led presentations on real-world Informer use-cases, one-on-one product training, and networking with Informer users from other organizations. Conference attendees will have the exclusive opportunity to enhance their knowledge of Informer and learn about all of the new features, updates, and exciting developments that Entrinsik has planned for Informer.
Sessions will be conducted by members of Informer’s product development team including Brad Leupen, CTO, and Andrew Morovati, Informer Product Manager. The Informer User Conference will allow attendees to provide feedback to the entire Informer software team, as well as network with industry colleagues.
We are currently soliciting one-of-a-kind, awesome presentations by Informer users for the conference. The deadline for submissions is July 15th, 2013. To submit an abstract, email email@example.com.
Another reason to rejoice: We’re also kicking off the annual Informer Business Intelligence (BI) Use Case Awards for best deployment scenarios that demonstrate the useful and creative ways in which Entrinsik customers are using Informer for analytics, business process improvements, and decision making. Submission forms and award details can be found at entrinsik.bigbite.so/bi-awards. Submission entries must be received by July 15th; winners will be chosen and informed by September 15th (winners receive some awesome prizes).