TermSync Announces Inaugural User Conference

TermSync is excited to announce our inaugural User Conference running concurrently with the Esker American User Conference (EAUC), a two-day event at Monona Terrace Convention Center in Madison, Wisconsin, on September 13th-14th.

EAUC offers insightful trends from experts, educational workshops and panelist-led discussions with industry professionals. At the end of each day, we invite you to attend exclusive evening events in the city of Madison, WI – Voted the #1. Best City to live in 2016, as well as home to TermSync and our parent company, Esker’s,  U.S. headquarters.

TermSync User Conference Key Topics:

  • TermSync Solutions Roadmap
  • Technical courses on dashboard reporting and analytics
  • Navigating TermSync: Tips & Tricks
  • Collaborative panelist discussion featuring TermSync experts  
  • Invoice Delivery: Overview & Insights
  • International Capabilities Overview

TermSync & Esker User Conference Sessions:

In addition to TermSync specific tracks, attendees are invited to select Esker sessions. Meet the Parents: Esker AP & SOP Solutions Overview is one such example. Diana Eagen, Esker Sales Director, will lead a session discussing how TermSync and Esker automation solutions go hand-in-hand.   

TermSync User Conference Keynote Presentation:

As a TermSync user, we know you and your company value innovation and efficiency, even if it involves big changes to business practices. To guide you through these changes, and provide actionable solutions we invited Laura Goodrich as our keynote presenter.  

Laura Goodrich, from Global Workforce Transformation, will present on the changes in the global marketplace and how your company can address these changes. Laura is an internationally recognized expert in change, the future of work and how to create positive business outcomes.

We hope to see you at TermSync’s inaugural user conference this September. See the full TermSync agenda here, register here or for more information and updates subscribe to our blog!

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