The registration web site for Solver’s Customer and Partner Conference, Focus 2016, launched a few weeks ago. Revered Business Solutions is excited to report that this year’s event, scheduled for August 22-25, 2016, will be held in a really beautiful new location, specifically at the Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines in San Diego, CA.
The new location for the conference is part of other notable changes and additions to the event program for the 4th Annual Focus. Better yet, most of these enhancements have come from feedback that Solver Partners and Customers have suggested. As a Solver partner ourselves, it’s exciting to see these additions implemented because they upgrade an already great event. This blog article will cover a couple of the new things happening at this year’s ultimate Customer and Partner conference on BI360.
New Southern California Location
If you aren’t familiar with the Hilton in La Jolla, brace yourself. This venue is not only in beautiful, sunny San Diego, with great weather and close to the coast, but it is also on the world famous Torrey Pines Golf Course, one stop on the PGA tour, and also was the host for the U.S. Open in 2008. Golfers might want to schedule some extra time to get a round or two in, or at least, participate in the driving range activity that Solver is hosting during the conference.
Additional activities within walking distance or right on the property include access to Torrey Pines State Beach, various hiking trails in the Torrey Pines State Reserve, a pool and small on-site spa, a fitness facility, tennis courts, and the Torrey Pines Gliderport. There’s so much to do and see in San Diego!
Technical Product Training Added
Solver has added an extra day to the conference to host a new feature: two-day, hands-on intensive training workshops. BI360 partners and customers can achieve in-depth training just like they can during Solver’s BI360 Training Tour. However, the best part for participants is that they can go through training the two days before the conference on August 22 and 23, then experience more information-sharing breakout sessions with the rest of the event’s attendees during the Customer Conference on August 24 and 25.
Solver is offering two levels of training – one for beginners and one for more advanced users. Below is the curriculum for both tracks:
Beginners Training: Introductions to Report Composer; Report Composer and Report Designer; Reporting; More Reporting, Data Warehouse or Report Publisher; and Portal Administration and End User Usage.
Advanced Training: GL Configuration; GL Budgeting Exercises; Capital and Web Budgeting Configurations; and Consolidations.
If you’d like to learn more about BI360 Focus 2016, you can read the rest of this blog article here.
To view the event web site and register, click here.