Tag Archives: customers

Sage Summit last-minute details

Have I told you lately how busy July is for us? We had an amazing time at Cultivate’14 last week in Columbus, Ohio. There was definitely more traffic than last year, which isn’t just a good sign for the exhibitors, but it’s a good indicator for the horticulture industry as… Read more »

Team Squeaky Wheel helps improve Sage Summit

It didn’t take long for us to get feedback from our customers about Sage Summit 2014 and the revamped website. Of course, you should probably take into account that I sent an e-mail the morning registration opened to two of our customers asking them to let me know what they… Read more »

Sage Summit 2014: This is not going to stay in Vegas

*thump, thump, thump* Is this thing still on? Ok, I know I’ve been a bit remiss posting the past few weeks. There were a couple of failed attempts at blog posts, but they sort of fell lamely to the side, full of half-finished thoughts and no conclusions. (You know —… Read more »

Partner prices slashed for Sage Summit too

It had just dawned on everyone that Sage Summit 2014 was going to be in Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay. There we were, in the Gaylord National in Washington, D.C., attending Sage Summit back in July, and thoughts were already creeping ahead to the next summer. I had just walked… Read more »

It’s still snowing, and we’re still here!

I thought it was a good question: “Matt, do you want me to send out an e-mail to our customers to tell them there may be limited support during the winter storm, like we do during the holidays?” It made sense to me. We surely weren’t going to be in… Read more »

Sage customers can win $15,000 in advertising

Oh, those crazy people over at Sage are at it again! First, it was the $99 pass for Sage Summit they gave customers an opportunity to purchase before Jan. 15. (From what I just heard, it was amazingly successful.) Now comes word that Sage is going to give two of… Read more »

Implementation Methodology is more than just a keyword

Let’s say you have a business. You want people to learn how your company can solve other businesses’ problems, so the natural way to get yourself found is to create a website. ┬áThen you begin with the pie-in-the-sky notions about what’s going to bring people to your site. Surely, they’ll… Read more »

Bettering ourselves; better for our customers

It’s been a pretty busy week here at Practical Software Solutions. People have been going in different directions across the country, and it’s been nearly as quiet as the holidays are around here. Really, the only drawback to this was that we didn’t have enough people to fill out our… Read more »

Big events dominate July

To say that it’s a bit crazy around here at Practical Software Solutions is a bit of an understatement. No, people aren’t bouncing off the walls or doing anything completely abnormal. But we are extremely busy with two of our biggest events of the year on tap over these next… Read more »