It's finally here, Navigate 2014! We're thrilled to have our partners come to Boston and have an exciting agenda planned for our attendees. For those of you who want to stay up-to-date on all the happenings at Navigate 2014, keep checking back to our blog for pictures, tweets and important news from Continuum's inaugural user conference.
There was no shortage of excitement this morning as we kicked off Day 1 of Navigate! Even our blog contributor and video extraordinaire, Tim Lewis, couldn't control himself!
Some partners couldn't wait until today to meet up...
Partners flew in to Beantown, anxious to reconnect!
@stuartselbst but is it WICKED great??— Continuum (@FollowContinuum) September 21, 2014
Old sports debts were repaid, and partners collected...
We had some great MSP workshops like...
Technical Forum Workshop: Introduction to Security with Zeshan Raja, Sr. TAM & Shauna Peters, TAM
MSP Peer Group Workshop: Shared Best Practices with Arlin Sorenson, Founder & CEO of HTG Peer Groups
Technical Forum Workshop: Tips & Tricks: Scripting and Client Communicator with David Boulos, Sr. TAM & Joe Consolmagno, Sr. TAM
Day 2 Keynotes
Between our CEO, Michael George and competitive sailor, Peter Isler's keynotes this morning, partners couldn't wait for Day 2 to get started!
Our VP of Sales, Mark Connolly delivered the opening remarks to a FULL HOUSE!
He even had an exciting announcement...
Then, without further ado, Mark Connolly introduced 2-time America's Cup winner, Peter Isler!
From 45mph on a trimaran to kicking off #nav14 fellow Yalie, sailor Peter Isler demonstrates leadership & courage— DouglasOF (@DouglasOF) September 22, 2014
Before turning it back over to Mark, Peter closed by reminding us all that great leaders take input from their teams, and keep them involved!
Our CEO, Michael George
Who else LOVED Michael's intro video??
Afterward, the captian of our ship took the stage!
He revealed shocking and promising market insights!
MSP Market to grow $241B according to Michael George at #NAV14— Lisa Person (@LisaPerson_) September 22, 2014
Who else smart-sources??
Smart-source: Take your best resources off your biggest problems, and put them on your biggest opportunity. - Michael George #nav14— Joshua Smith (@JoshuaMSmith) September 22, 2014
Keep checking back for more Navigate buzz, and don't forget to follow @FollowContinuum & #nav14 on Twitter!
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