Whenever we talk with customers, there’s a familiar refrain we keep hearing: “When are you going to come over and hold some Wrike training?” or “Why don’t you host some sort of user conference?” We decided to put our project management skills to the test and do something about it.
Presenting: the Wrike Productivity Tour! This is a seven-stop roadshow where we bring Wrike to a city near you for a free, half-day event that promises to give you training as well as insight into the Wrike product roadmap.
What’s In It For You
The agenda is simple and straightforward. You’ll experience:
- A keynote session from a Wrike executive to learn where the company and product are heading
- A customer panel, where you can find out how actual customers use Wrike in their daily work
- Break out sessions, each tailored to your experience level: new users, experienced users, and people who are evaluating Wrike
The break out training sessions with Wrike experts will provide you with best practices and actual processes that you can take back and share with your own teams.
There will also be ample time for you to network with other attendees as well as Wrike executives, customer success managers, and account managers.
The First Stop: San Jose
We kicked off the tour March 14th in our very own headquarters in San Jose, CA, where we filled the venue with customers from Silicon Valley and the nearby Bay Area.
Our customer panel featured representatives from Stitch Fix, an on-demand styling service, as well as Silicon Valley Bank, the institution that supports some of the hottest innovators in the startup community.
Next Stop: Seattle on April 18th
The Productivity Tour’s next stop is the Crowne Plaza hotel in downtown Seattle on April 18, 2017. So if you’re in the area, register now.
Our customer panel will have representatives from Umpqua Bank and Unbounce. And speakers will include Wrike CEO Andrew Filev and our Director of Customer Success, Julie Mills.
Seating is limited and is already going fast so register for this free event right now.
Stay tuned for information on the next stops of the Productivity Tour, and hope to see you there!