Registration Open for 2016 Users Conference
P&L Technology hosts an annual conference for our clients called NOLOGY Delivered. In its third year, the 2016 conference will be even bigger and better than before. Based solely on the feedback from our clients, here is a sneak-peek at some of the themes for this year’s event.
More hands-on training
This year, we will offer even more hands-on training where participants will have an opportunity to work directly on a dedicated PC while being taught new productivity enhancing skills by the instructor. These sessions will be great for front-line employees and decision makers alike – anyone looking to expand their skills.
More intermediate to advanced level classes
You’ve attended our introductory classes already? We’ve got you covered this year! We will be bringing in dedicated, professional trainers to teach longer sessions designed to deliver intermediate and advanced skills in popular software products like Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
More expert participation
We will have a variety of experts covering topics including social media, search engine optimization, and more – delivering take-away value to your business.
Interesting keynote presentation on the next generation in business telephone technology!
In our keynote presentation you will learn how you can replace your business telephone system with integrated communication technology that allows you to make business voice calls directly from your PC, be reachable when out of the office using your standard business phone number, and integrate your phone and computer for significant time and expense savings. We’ve been using this system at P&L Technology for the last six months, and once you use it, you won’t ever want to go back to a traditional phone system. You can’t miss this exciting presentation!
Register NOW. The event is November 15, 2016, at the Embassy Suites in LaVista, NE. Early bird pricing is still available. Visit http://www.pltechnology.com/conference for more information and to register.
written by: Drew Embury - 5/26/2016