Watch the Introduction to #AxiellVirtual2020
Presented by Maria Wasing, COO & EVP, Axiell
This short video includes important information on how to join conference sessions, as well an update from Axiell Group.
The first session of the Virtual User Conference takes place on Monday 22nd June. Ahead of this, please watch the intro video for information on how to access sessions.
Although we won’t be able to catch up with each other during the coffee breaks and lunches of the physical events, we would like to encourage you to continue the discussion online. You can tweet #AxiellVirtual2020 or start a conversation in the Online Community Discussion Forum.
Not registered for the conference yet? There’s still time to book! We’ll be sending out links to the sessions a day before and 1 hour before the start of each session, so don’t leave it to the last minute to register!
Not used Microsoft Teams before?
We’ve set up this test link, so that you can make sure you’re good to go.
Once you click the test link, you will be given the option to join the session on the web, or via the app if you have the app installed. Once you join the test session, it should say ‘The live event hasn’t started’. Get to this screen and you should be good to go!
If you have any issues accessing the test link, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
New Sessions Announced
Thu 09 July, 15:00pm BST / 16:00pm CET / 10:00am EDT
We’ll be presenting the latest update and a demo of Axiell Move Premium. Click here for more info on Move Premium. The session will be presented by Axiell’s Rene Van den Heuvel, Global Product Expert; Ben Doty, Product Training Lead; and Andrea Boyes, Global Product Manager.
Mimsy XG Tips & Tricks
Thu 09 July, 16:00pm BST / 11:00am EDT / 08:00am PDT
We are also pleased to share a second Mimsy Tips & Tricks session, which will be run by Chris Vassilakis, Customer Services Manager – North America, Axiell
Submit a Presentation or Story for the 2020 Virtual User Conference
We want hear what you’ve been up, during lockdown or over the past 12 months.
Maybe you’ve completed a project where you learned a lot along the way, maybe you trialled a new strategy and want to share the theory behind your change in approach, perhaps you used some of the functionality of the system in a unique way and think it might be useful to others.
We also want to hear how you’ve adapted to life under lockdown, what your organisation has been doing and how your priorities have shifted in the short term and long term.
You can submit your story as a prerecorded video or you can join us for a live webinar. We are hoping to run sessions up until the end of August, so there’s still plenty of time to get involved.