TEAM Software Sets Annual Client Event Date
TEAM Software, Inc. will host its annual client event, TEAM Client Conference, April 20-22, 2020.
TEAM's cleaning and security customers from across North America are invited to Omaha, Nebraska, for in-person training, networking with peers and collaborating with TEAM employees. The theme for the event is “Go Places.”
The event that started with three founders and a handful of clients in a hotel suite has grown to more than 250 attendees, 60 learning sessions, an exhibit hall and a Product Innovation Lab showcasing the latest TEAM technologies. The event sessions feature customized tracks for product end users and executives. There are sessions centered on industry hot-topics, TEAM’s new workforce management solution from Lighthouse and sessions around how to better leverage TEAM solutions.
“The in-person connections made during TEAM Client Conference are invaluable," says Jill Davie, TEAM Software president. "And, it's not just our customers who get the advantage of learning and networking at the event. TEAM employees take every advantage to meet, connect and listen to our customers and then use that information to deliver more value in our products and services."
The 2020 event features a special keynote presentation from John Spence, a top business thought leader and leadership development expert, as well as client-led sessions where customers share their knowledge of TEAM products, industry expertise and best practices. And, because a good conference isn't just all business, attendees will enjoy evening social events, including a trip to Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium to explore the zoo and enjoy dinner in the Scott Aquarium.
Registration for the event opens in February 2020. Additional information can be found online at teamsoftware.com.
Disclaimer: Please note that Facebook comments are posted through Facebook and cannot be approved, edited or declined by CleanLink.com. The opinions expressed in Facebook comments do not necessarily reflect those of CleanLink.com or its staff. To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines.