And it’s come to an end for another year. 20,000+ attendees. Vendors, speakers, diversity, food, Universal Studio… there’s something for everyone.
Whether you’re a Developer, IT Implementer, Decision Maker or C-level, you’ll find this to be a useful event for you. Now I’m not really any of those, or maybe a mix of all of those, but I was able to line up around 20 meetings, whether they were outside of the event, at the Nintex booth, or over dinner. I consider that a successful event, given that I was also a booth babe. If you’re looking to get in front of the right people, most likely, those people are going to be at Microsoft Ignite.
Here’s a couple of examples of what the Nintex booth looked like, most of the time.
The hustle and bustle of a booth. That’s why we are there.
Today, I had less people coming up to me asking what Nintex is, and instead, here’s my problem, how can you help me solve it? That’s the way people need to think about digital transformation. It’s not about technology. It’s about understanding what your problems are. If you can get your head around what is causing your processes to be delayed, or to break, then you are one step closer to understanding how to make things better. First step, is admitting you have a problem :).
Now below is the TV I want at home hahahahha. It’s awesome!! The seating they have was comfy too.
Thank you to everyone who came by the Nintex booth for a chat. There’s a bunch of other events we are doing soon, so it you want to talk more, either reach out to me directly, or see me at these events.
The next one to look out for is the Nintex World Tour – San Francisco 2018 (yep that’s a link!!!!!!!)