Winshuttle’s Engage Virtual User Group Conference Draws Record-Setting Attendance for Education & Appreciation

By Mary Lee on Oct 28, 2021

“Embracing Transformation” was the theme of this year’s Engage User Group Conference, hosted by Scott Taylor, data consultant known as “The Data Whisperer.” The theme acknowledges the massive change in the way companies work and go to market over the last 18 months as well as the evolution customers can expect since the acquisition by Precisely.

CEO Josh Rogers welcomed customers to Precisely for the first time, giving everyone a glimpse into what it means to be part of Precisely and the broader data integrity portfolio. Kristian Kalsing, VP of Product Marketing shared the product roadmap and over 120 training and best practices sessions were delivered by customers, partners and subject matter experts.

The three-day event also featured insightful keynotes from several speakers. Kate O’Neil, of KO Insights, discussed the relevant topic of “Human-Centric Digital Transformation,” and Bobby Cameron, Forrester Analyst, presented a forward-thinking keynote: “Make Adaptivity, Creativity & Resilience: Your Watchwords for Future Fit Technology.” Do-it-yourselfer turned renowned speaker, Cara Brookins highlighted her story of transformation and resilience when building a home with her children using only YouTube videos.

Engage 2021 culminated in a customer appreciation reception with live entertainment and customer award ceremony. Thomson Reuters and General Atomics were awarded “Transformational Leader” awards for their roles in creating a culture of transformation around data and process. Also recognized for contributions in their leadership in sharing best practices and success stories with the Winshuttle ecosystem were Ashland and Fender Musical Instruments Corporation.

To learn more, watch the recording from Josh Roger’s CEO keynote address at the 2021 Winshuttle Engage User Group Conference.

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Mary Lee

Mary is the Vice President of Corporate Marketing for Precisely.

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