Conference EarnsWhen surveying any group of people, no one expects to get a 100% agreement on any topic.  So when we reviewed the post-conference evaluations for the 2014 Xenegrade User Conference, we could not be more pleased to discover that 100% of the participants recommended the conference to other users.  That is satisfaction worth working for.

Conference participants invested two days of their time in March to network with other XenDirect users and enhance their knowledge on several important topics.  Session topics included:

  • The Relationship Between Social Media and Increasing Enrollments
  • Social Media Metrics and Your Business
  • The Power of Evaluations
  • Analysis Tools for Business Intelligence
  • Using the New Email Features
  • And more…

One of the major values of any learning experience is how soon you can use what you learned.    And users graded the event a 9.6 out of 10 that they benefited from the conference.  Just a few of the comments on the evaluations continue to demonstrate participants’ satisfaction.

“Very positive conference for me.”

“Great opportunity to get a sneak peek of what’s to come and share ideas with other users.”

“Information was useful and has triggered many ideas to take back to my organization.”

Looking forward to 2015, planning is already underway to enhance the user conference even more.  With an emphasis on “How To”, users will spend time working on solving real life examples in a hands-on lab environment.  Participants will be surveyed prior to the conference for issues they would like to explore.  Those issues will be shared with other participants and group solutions explored.

See you in 2015!

Author Rick J. Stern

Entrepreneur Rick Stern built Xenegrade Corp with a focus on service to educational organizations. With an MBA from Simon School of Business at the University of Rochester and over 20 years continuing education management, his experience provides valuable insight into the needs, demands, and trends of the continuing education market.

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