KronosWorks 2012 – The place to be and be seen!

Maybe it’s not quite the Olympics when it comes to engaging nations, but when in Las Vegas for next week’s KronosWorks 2012  global conference I am really looking forward to meeting old friends, making new ones and hearing from our many and valued customers. They will be joining us from organisations of all sizes from across the globe, many of which are household names. They will all have one thing in common; we work in partnership with them to help them achieve real competitive advantage by increasing revenue and reducing cost.

Why do over a thousand of our customers from across the globe come to KronosWorks each year? Well, they too welcome the opportunity to meet and exchange views and opinions with fellow Kronos users at the numerous business and social networking sessions. They will also be taking advantage of the hundreds of Kronos TechKnowledgy Pre-Conference Courses, Education Workshops, Product Demonstrations and the many opportunities to meet with Kronos experts, sponsors and partners at our Expo. Visitors will get the latest information to ensure they gain the most from their investment in Kronos to help achieve their business goals and stay ahead of the competition.

Being held amongst the bright lights of Vegas at the Aria Resort gives the whole event an air of excitement and the buzz is always fantastic. What am I looking forward to most? Getting the reaction from our customers to our fantastic new products and developments and finding out what is top of their workforce management agenda for the coming year must be ranked at the top of my list, along with seeing the keynote speech from Billy Beane, subject of ‘Moneyball – The art of winning the unfair game’, and finding out more about his innovative, winning style of management and leadership.

You can follow the KronosWorks 2012 action/reaction via Twitter at #KronosWorks12 and there will be more information available thorough our other social media networks.

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