User conferences are opportunities for users, vendors and partners to get together and blend their needs. Users get up close to vendors to ask questions and get “face time”. Vendors get to talk with their customers – up close and personal. 3rd party vendor partners have access to customers whose products they are making extended solutions for.
With this in mind Intuit will host the first QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions User Conference in Phoenix, Ariz. from May 31 – June 1, 2006, welcoming the thousands of North American mid-sized businesses that use QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions.
Bringing together QuickBooks mid-market customers, accountants, partners, Intuit executives and industry experts, the QuickBooks Enterprise User Conference will show users how they can maximize the power of QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions to grow their businesses. The event will also offer a great opportunity to network, learn about industry and business trends affecting their organizations and share feedback directly with Intuit executives.
The User Conference includes two days of training and workshops, including:
May 31 at 8:30 a.m.: Paul Orfalea, founder and chairperson emeritus, Kinko’s, Inc. will share insight for growing businesses based on his experiences making Kinko’s the global powerhouse and small business resource it is today.
June 1 at 8:00 a.m.: Scott Cook, co-founder of Intuit will discuss growth strategy for small businesses and highlight the company’s dedication to developing ? and delivering solutions that reflect the needs of mid-market users.
PANELS, TRAINING AND WORKSHOPS:
Town halls and panels with Intuit executives and industry experts to discuss trends and issues facing mid-market companies with customers as well as share innovative ideas for growth.
Educational training featuring two full days of content designed to provide users with insight, tips and tricks to optimize QuickBooks Enterprise, including tracks on customization, advanced training and extending the power of the product.
Process and usability labs with product managers to test new features, plus the ability to get one-on-one product support from support engineers.
Networking lunch with other business owners to make business contacts and share ideas.
Sponsors and Vendor Fair where sponsors and exhibitors will be on-hand to showcase products designed to expand the power of QuickBooks Enterprise.
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