The ACEware Users’ Conference is designed to support, encourage, and energize our community of software users. Join us for the latest information on how your software supports your program needs. In addition to more formal sessions, you have time to interact and chat with your colleagues. We are intentional about scheduling time for you to visit with others to share challenges, discover solutions, and exchange ideas.
Whova will be used as our meeting platform this year to boost our networking capabilities. You will receive more information about how to access Whova in April. You will be able to begin connecting and chatting with other conference attendees before June conference.
This is the event of the year for ACEware users! See you in June!
June 6 – Pre-Conference Extended Sessions
This is your chance to receive in-depth information on topics most requested by customers through the year. This year, we offer three, 4-hour sessions for you to select from:
- Basics of Reporting
- Keeper of the Flame Training
- Quick Start for New Users
Click here for more information and to sign up for one of these three extended sessions.
June 7-10 – Main Conference
Sixteen hours dedicated to informative and sharing sessions to discover how to get even more from your software! You will benefit from 3.5 days of:
- Discovering New Software Features and Enhancements
- Gathering Tips and Tricks from ACEware and Colleagues
- Colleague to Colleague Chats and Meetups
- Customer Success Stories
- Online Topical Discussion Threads
- Virtual Catalogue Sharing
The big event will begin at 10:30 AM CT on Tuesday, June 7 and will end before noon on Friday, June 10. The conference offers concurrent sessions full of how-to and tips-and-tricks. Presenters include ACEware staff, ACEs (ACEware Champion Educators) and other customers who share how they use ACEware software solutions to run their programs.
What our Customers are Saying
"Attending virtually allowed me immediately begin applying and testing what I was learning."
--Metropolitan Community College
"The week went well! (I learned a lot :)! The presenters were very informative and having the time to ask questions and 'how to'
--James Madison University