Never forget how important face-to-face communications are in the world of business. Customers and internal employees who attended the HxGN LIVE conference understand how participating in the many offered sessions opened opportunities to absorb as much as possible. As for customers, being an employee in your organization is not enough. The HxGN LIVE conference can help customers get the knowledge to make strategic decisions to capitalize on the return of their investment.
Here are five reasons why HxGN LIVE is so beneficial:
No matter how experienced you are in your field, everyone can benefit from learning. Sometimes working can isolate you from getting the exposure to new information that could be a major impact for your company or position.
This conference is a great opportunity to network. Face-to-face communication with other customers and Hexagon teams can provide valuable resources for finding best practices. Why not help each other with great ideas and spark inspiration!
Exposure to new technology
If you want to know what’s new, the conference will show you everything the company has to offer with the best resources to provide details. Customers can discover innovative products and services for their business to make their job easier. Invest the time and see what’s new! You’ll be surprised!
Become an expert
You can absorb all the knowledge you can at the conference. After gathering the knowledge and taking action, you can become a valuable asset. Also, HxGN LIVE offers everyone the opportunity to speak at the events and write blogs. Everyone loves to associate with the expert, so get the exposure to show them you are.
Have a good time
Do not burn yourself out with all work and no play! HxGN LIVE can add that final coating of excitement to managing your business growth by mixing a social aspect into your learning. At the conference, you’ll be surprised how much fun you’ll have with interesting people!
HxGN LIVE is just the start of great stories – now that’s shaping smart change.
Hexagon SG&I Division
Craig Huling is a system engineer for the Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure (S&I) Public Safety CAD Implementation team. Craig has been with S&I nearly four years in various positions including training, upgrades, resident service assistant and new implementation. He holds a B.A. in Mathematics from Savannah State University, and is an active member of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity Inc.
This post is part of the Thought Leader program at HxGN LIVE. Find out how you can get involved at HxGN LIVE 2017 here.