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Double Your bpm’online Knowledge in January

To learn more and register for the bpm’online Global Tour Chicago, click HERE!
UPDATE: Please be advised, TAI training has been cancelled. 

January is going to be a huge month for bpm’online users and prospects. The process-driven CRM software won multiple awards in 2018, most recently being chosen as the only Salesforce challenger in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant. As demand for the product soars, Chicago-area businesses will get their chance to learn strategies for accelerating business growth at a special January event. Plus, current users will have an exclusive opportunity for free training from Technology Advisors! The combination of events lets users double down on their bpm'online knowledge for maximum benefits.

Free Business Growth Conference from bpm'online

On January 31, bpm’online will hold a free half-day conference where thought-leaders will teach best practices, organizational strategies, and business growth opportunities to a captive audience. An expert panel of bpm’online staff and partners will be on-site to answer questions throughout the event, which takes place from 9am to 2pm at the Wyndham Grand Chicago Riverfront Hotel. Customers can put a face to the names of their bpm’online implementation teams, including the Technology Advisors staff! We’ll be there ready to learn and network.

Not only is this a great opportunity for current bpm’online users, but also for companies researching for a CRM solution. Bpm’online’s influence on the U.S. CRM market is exploding, but their popularity has only recently started to shine. This is the perfect event to scope out the product offerings, talk to the staff, and get first-hand feedback on the product from businesses already using it.

If you know someone who’s feeling lost in the CRM jungle, invite them to this event! It’s free and only a half day long, so the commitment is minimal; but the takeaways are so worthwhile.

Free Training from TAI

Speaking of free events that are worthwhile, Technology Advisors is planning to double the bpm’online educational impact with our own addition to this event. On January 30 — the day before the Global Tour conference — we’re holding a special day of free training at our Des Plaines office. From 10am to 5pm we’ll present Administrative and Process Designer training free of charge.

Our staff committed to these topics due to their popularity, but they are also flexible! If you have a training topic you’d really like to see, let us know and we’ll work it in. Customers coming from out of town can double down on their bpm’online knowledge by coming in a day early for free training and staying for the next day’s comprehensive business event. Both these events are offering skills and strategies you won’t find anywhere else!

To learn more and register for the bpm’online Global Tour Chicago, click HERE!
UPDATE: Please be advised, TAI training has been cancelled. 


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Danine Pontarelli
Director of Marketing

Danine is the Director of Marketing for Technology Advisors Inc. She spearheads TAI events, marketing campaigns, and social media efforts. Prior to her work at TAI, Danine was a copywriter in the B2B publishing industry. Her interests include blockbuster disaster movies, tank tops in an array of colors, used book stores, Clint Eastwood, and being surrounded by trees. 

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