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Our 3rd annual Blue Mountain Summit was a huge success! Over a two and a half day period, presenters covered topics such as paperless, mobile, compliance, ROI and software functionality. But this year’s big success was the customer to customer interaction that occurred outside of the presentations.

One of the true values of the Summit lies among the conversations that happen between peers. It is a unique place to converse and network with people in similar jobs and scenarios and facing similar challenges as you. This unique opportunity to connect with colleagues from different companies helps our customers tackle simple to complex issues and leads to pages and pages of action items.

Here’s what a few of our customers said about the interaction at the Summit:

  • “Collaboration and interaction with others facing the same issues and challenges. I’m coming away with a lot of good ideas and action items, which is exactly what I needed and was looking for – I’ll be back!”
  • “Great opportunity to meet with others in the field doing what we do. Validates what I do!”
  • “Excellent information from both Blue Mountain and attendees. It’s nice to hear how things are being done across the industry.”
  • “Good peer to peer interaction. Great to see how other people use Blue Mountain RAM.”

Many of our customers left with pages of notes, suggestions and ideas based on what they had heard in presentations and from other customers. When the days’ presentations had finished, customers stayed in the room riveted in one on one conversation.

The Blue Mountain Summit provides a unique opportunity to network, learn from peers and discuss industry topics, and this year’s Summit was a huge testament to this. We had a record number of customers in attendance and the one on one conservation surrounding presentations followed with an equal amount of energy.

Carrying the excitement forward, we announced dates for our 2015 Blue Mountain Summit. The 2015 Summit will take place on November 10-12th in State College, PA. To learn more about next year’s Summit, visit thebluemountainsummit.com.