Why Should You Attend?
At this year’s conference, we will focus on how we can better serve you and the industry. We will provide a review of our recently added features and partnerships, while sharing your collective ideas for upcoming changes in Picas. Users and staff will discuss best practices for particular Picas processes, how to navigate labor shortages, and see the latest in Picas functionality. Attendees will leave the event with a better understanding of Picas is directly related to their roles.
The Picas Users’ Conference is a great time to network with other Picas users, discover how they are using their system and learn from their experiences to boost your own skill set. There will be plenty of opportunities to mingle and network with Picas staff throughout the conference. You will be able to ask questions, discuss ideas for the future, and get to know each other better!
With focusing on the future of Picas software, we will discuss how our vision can better align with our customers’ visions. We will open up opportunities for you to share what you like about Picas, changes you would like to see, discuss new functionality that could be added to the system, and share success stories.
Work hard, play harder! We have a wide variety of exciting restaurants in downtown Grand Rapids to visit at lunchtime and in the evenings. On Wednesday night we invite you to join us for dinner and entertainment at H.O.M.E. at The B.O.B., a fun restaurant within walking distance of the conference venue and hotel. This year we will be having Brena, West Michigan’s Premier Party Band, play. You won’t want to miss it!
Amanda McFadden, George Sant & Sons
Sheryl Langton, Four Star Greenhouse
“Event was fantastic from start to finish. I know it is tremendous work and organization and your team nailed it! Entire event went smooth, staff was wonderful, not only answering questions but genuinely warm, caring people. It was nice getting to meet the people on the other end of the emails. 🙂 Looking forward to all of the new, exciting features you have to offer and really digging in to make sure we are using best practices going forward.”