This week’s travels found me in Milwaukee, Wisconsin attending the Vrakas/Blum Computer Consulting 2016 Sage 100 User Group Conference. If you don’t read any more of this post, just know this – this group knows how to host a conference!
The night before the event, Vrakas/Blum hosted all of the vendors and the Sage representatives for a private dinner. It was fun to spend some time getting to know the team on a personal level.
At Website Pipeline, we’re big on building relationships with our partners, and sometimes when there are customers around at these events, it’s hard for us to find time to spend together. Having this time set aside for us really set the tone for the Vrakas/Blum event, with their team treating us as valued guests throughout our stay. Many of us had to travel across the country to be there, and they really rolled out the red carpet for us in appreciation.
Website Pipeline has always gone all out at Sage's annual tradeshow, Sage Summit.
Watch our video to find out why this event is so important to our company, our partners, and our customers.
This year, we'll again be presenting at Sage Summit 2016 in Chicago. See below for details on presentations from Brian Seidel and Don Martin - and then add them to your Sage Summit agenda!
This past Tuesday morning, 4 members of the Website Pipeline team took a road trip to Greensboro, NC to take part in a customer-centric conference hosted by our friends at SWK Technologies.
SWK Technologies, one of the largest Sage ERP re-sellers in North America, also provides information technology consulting services to help businesses connect all the pieces into a single integrated solution. Components of a seamless technology strategy include manufacturing, inventory, sales, purchasing, and HR/payroll.
If you follow our blog, you’ve no doubt seen our recaps of the various events we attend around the country in the ERP community. We share what we learned, what we shared, and of course, pictures of who we shared it with. There’s often pointing involved.
But this one is a little different.
Topics: Sage ERP
If you are a business and not using the internet to sell your products to consumers, you’re already well behind the curve.
The vast majority of business-to-consumer companies are already well aware of this. But what about business-to-business models? Most B2B companies are in varying stages of online e-commerce migration - but is that enough?
We walked away from Sage Summit in New Orleans feeling like we had a great trade show. We made great connections with current customers, potential customers, business partners, and Sage employees that will be mutually beneficial for years to come.
Topics: Sage ERP
Website Pipeline client, Instone, is a wholesale distributor of Thin Veneer Masonry products, selling exclusively through a Dealer Network. Here's what they had to say about their implementation experience: