Wizard Software Solutions hosted a successful user conference in Chicago, IL this past week. Held at the Hotel Chicago, this conference highlighted new software releases, mobile applications, and provided an opportunity for clients and Wizard Software employees to network. The most important aspect of the conference was client-to-client networking. The goal was to provide attendees an opportunity to share as much about how they use their software as they could, and to trade ideas and best practices with their counterparts at other organizations both in and out of their industries.
The conference sessions included a case study round table with guest representatives from Mercy Health, BJC Healthcare, Stanford University and Sutter Health. This case study focused on users of the Projecto™ system, and featured presentations by each panelist of their system and how it is used day-to-day. This allowed attendees to share their processes, discuss improvements, and ask questions or answer questions. Other case studies focused on the company’s real estate portfolio management software, REportfolio™ and included guest panelists from Cleveland Clinic, Independent Bank and True Religion Brand Jeans. Another, featured IASIS healthcare, Carleton College, and Blackwell Street Management out of Durham, NC. and focused on the Performo™ application. Wizard Software was pleased to have representatives and attendees from varied industries and from both large and small organizations.
Wizard Software recently released the latest version of each of their products. The newest features of Performo™ v8, Wizard Software’s asset performance and maintenance software, includes multi-line checklists, meter readings, and new iOS mobile application functionality. Wizard Software’s real property asset management software has had a complete redesign, and was also showcased at the conference. The company also introduced two mobile iOS applications for Performo™ and Projecto™, the asset performance and project management applications, at the conference.
This conference was an opportunity for clients to connect with Wizard Software employees and each other, network, and learn about what Wizard Software products can do. It was a chance for clients to increase productivity through networking and education in a variety of different forums such as discussions, lectures and software labs.