Our Roadshows have started
Many of you will be thinking of how you take your business forward with new technology solutions and this is possibly why you have visited this blog. This time of year seems to be popular time for companies to think about these challenges. For the last 6 years we have been taking the opportunity to visit prospective customers and customers around this time of year at regional events to bring our solutions to their ‘doorstep’. Each of these events takes place at well connected central city hotel conference facilities. These sessions are designed to show the customer base of some of the features and benefits of the latest software release. The events are always really popular with overflow events often being delivered due to venue capacity being exceeded.
One of the interesting dates in this series is the 23rd of June when our Planet team will celebrate World FM Day with their customers at our City of London office. Qube Global Software has been involved with World FM day for the last 2 years and is a proud sponsor of Global FM. Global FM is a a business committed to the development of the FM profession and on the day we will be delivering sessions that will help increase attendees knowledge of technology solutions in the FM sector.
Another point to note about this series is that the Qube team are highlighting some landmark numbers in their customer base growth, with 500 businesses using the product across the UK and Ireland. This adds to the impressive numbers also using the Planet and Horizon solutions. This is one of the themes of their roadshow series and some of the content will highlight just why Qube has become such a cornerstone of the Property Management industry.
If you are a customer or are just interested in hearing how our solutions can benefit your business please feel free to visit us at the events in May and June. Please register in advance on the links above.
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