User Group Conferences
CRS Advanced Technology has hosted User Group Conferences annually for over a decade. This highly anticipated conference gives customers the opportunity to learn new product features, receive hands-on training, and network with fellow operators. The conference agenda focuses on learning advanced features and functionality of our products to increase efficiency within your organization. With technological advances and new features being continuously added to our software, we recommend attending the User Group Conference to enhance your knowledge and ensure that you are getting the maximum return on your investment. Not to mention, the networking opportunities are invaluable!
Four Reasons You Should Attend the User Group Conference
By Tina Waddell, Substitute Services Coordinator, Edmonds School District
- Attending the User Group Conference is like plugging into my energy source—you get to network with other substitute coordinators and SubFinder operators who ‘get’ what this job is about.
- You return to work with lots of notes, full of ideas that make you successful, as everyone shares helpful tips.
- It’s fun to see what improvements are coming to SubFinder, and chatting with the staff face-to-face. I discover features that simplify processes, and come away excited about my job.
- I have learned better ways of handling problematic subs, things to share in my yearly substitute handbooks, & ways to streamline daily tasks. User Group makes me a stronger asset to my district as I gain confidence & expertise.
What past User Group attendees have to say:
“It was our district’s first conference. We came away with a lot of information on how to make better use of the system and learned about features we didn’t know existed. It was also nice to be able to put a face with the person we speak with on the phone.”
“This was my second users conference…I always like seeing the CRS staff and meeting/interacting with the other users. No two users use the system the same way. I always pick up useful tips.”
“Everything was positive—friendly atmosphere, information, activities, comedy, interaction with other users, accommodations, location, hospitality, food.”