Orlando, Florida hosts two of the largest theme parks in the world, but this year it’s more than just a top tourist destination. UBM’s Help Desk Institute Conference & Expo, HDI16, is putting down roots for its 2016 show and in just a week, service and support professionals of all kinds will converge on O-Town. With eighty breakout sessions, 5 keynote speakers, and ten hours of open expo time, attendees will have three full days to immerse themselves in the world of technical services and support.
What are We Most Interested in Seeing?
Inc. Radio Interviews at the Samanage Booth (516):
April 13 is a big day for the conference. Not only is it the first full conference and expo day combined, it’s also the day we’ll have our friends from Inc. Radio, an affiliate of Inc. Magazine, with us at the Samanage booth (516)! Host of Inc. Radio Alan Taylor will be speaking with industry thought leaders on their observations about the service and support industry, and offering you a chance for an interview with Inc. Radio!
Yahoo Tech Keynote David Pogue’s Technology and Culture Speech
At Samanage, we love our gadgets. Nerf guns, remote controlled drones, wearable tech, you name it. So naturally, a keynote session about how technology impacts our culture and which technology will truly disrupt our daily lives hits close to home for us.
Really, what we’re most interested in seeing is you. Just because we’re cloud-based doesn’t mean that we don’t love meeting new friends face-to-face. Mixing the fast, agile world of cloud technology with personal customer support is our speciality, so the most exciting part of HDI for us is getting a chance to meet others who are just as jazzed about the service and support industry as we are.
If you’re coming to HDI16, make sure you stop by booth 516. We have rockets!
About Danielle Livy
Danielle is the Senior Director, Marketing at Samanage. She has wide-ranging experience in content production, social media marketing, public relations, and brand messaging. Her happy place is sitting by the lake with a cold beverage in hand, with the occasional water ski session.
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