OREM, Utah-Xactware users will have a unique opportunity to interact with colleagues and Xactware experts at Xactware’s first ever user conference in February.
Slated for Feb. 4 and 5, Xactware User Conference 2010 will bring Xactware users and company representatives together to talk about current and future software developments, learn time-saving product features and discuss industry trends.
“Xactware users are versatile and creative, especially when it comes to finding solutions to challenges in the industry,” said Matt Weir, Xactware’s Associate Vice President of Marketing. “This conference encourages users to learn and share innovative ways to improve business operations. At the same time, they can give us important feedback that will go a long way in the continual development of our products.”
Xactware-the leading provider of software and services to the property insurance restoration industry-will host the user conference at the Hilton Salt Lake City Center at 255 W. South Temple in Salt Lake City. General sessions will feature a keynote speech by Xactware’s CEO, Jim Loveland on the current state of the industry and its future. Nicholas Coch, a professor of earth and environmental science at Queens College of the City University of New York, will lecture on hurricane hazards in the Northeast.
The conference will also include an evening reception, expert panel, networking lunches and 14 breakout sessions on topics ranging from green building to advanced sessions on the upcoming release of the revolutionary new Xactimate version 27. Xactware staff members will combine with skilled Xactware users to share strategies and techniques that help speed workflows and increase claims estimate accuracy.
Conference-goers have the option to attend pre-conference sessions scheduled on Feb. 2 and 3 where they can participate in Xactimate version 27 training for the new to intermediate user.
Visit www.XactwareUserConference.com to find out more information and to register.
Xactware to Host First User Conference
August 27, 2009