Registration has begun for the 2017 Paladin User Meeting and you absolutely will not want to miss it.
Your Experience Is Welcome
As a retail professional, you have unique insight into how your business functions and what it would take to make it run better. User meetings present a rare opportunity to share your know-how with other Paladin users. You’ll learn how others have overcome real world challenges in their own retail environment and acquire valuable insight from Paladin’s retail experts.
Tools for Your Toolbox
Over the course of two days, Paladin’s retail experts conduct a series of informative classes designed to help attendees discover features within Paladin Point of Sale, understand the benefits, and apply this new knowledge to real life situations. Here are a few examples.
Even without a crystal ball, Paladin Point of Sale can reliably predict the future. The Suggested Order Report uses your store’s past sales history to determine which items customers will be looking for in the weeks to come. You’ll stock the proper depth of inventory and satisfy upcoming demand without tying your money up in overstock. Business Alliance Executive, Charles Owen will show you how to get the greatest benefit from the Suggested Order Report and unveil other tools within Paladin’s Market Driven Inventory ManagementTM will help you find items that have been sitting in your store for, well, way too long. Recover your investment and put that cash into products that will make you money. Charles might not be a fortune teller, but he might just help you increase your personal fortune.
How would you like to automate all the price changes for your next sale? With PromoBuilderTM you can specify which items are going on sale and when price changes should take place, PromoBuilder does the rest. When the sale is over, PromoBuilder returns all prices back to normal. But there’s so much more. Account Manager Chad Klein will show you how to put everything, from a few items to an entire department, on sale with a few mouse clicks using PromoBuilder. Forty minutes with Chad will save you hours of prep time before your next sale.
We run a tight ship here at Paladin. Information on projects under development is generally given out on a “need-to-know” basis. Software developers are clever, crafty, and proudly adhere to their vow of clandestine confidentiality. Paladin founder and CEO, Dan Nesmith will give user meeting attendees a rare look at upcoming innovations that will be added to Paladin Point of Sale in the near future. This will also be your opportunity to make suggestions directly to the top executive about the things you would like see in future releases.
Things to Think About
User meetings aren’t just about tools and features. Other topics include:
Strategies you can use to improve your store’s earnings and expand into new markets
Best practices to keep Paladin running smoothly
How to use the new Help Portal to learn how to do just about anything in Paladin Point of Sale.
Your Home Away from Home
Nestled along the banks of the Deschutes river, The Riverhouse on the Deschutes will host this year’s Paladin User Meeting. The Riverhouse has been a fixture in Bend for over 40 years and has recently completed a 10 million dollar, top-to-bottom renovation that included upgrades to guest rooms and the convention center. Currents, a Pacific Northwest themed restaurant in the center of the hotel, was completely updated. Diners will enjoy indoor seating near the fireplace or outside on the newly appointed patio area overlooking the Deschutes River. The patio is equipped with fire tables and space heaters so patrons can dine and relax outside on cool Bend evenings while enjoying the sounds of the river.
No need to wonder what or where you’re going to eat while you’re here. As a user meeting participant, you’ll be treated to a breakfast and a lunch buffet each day of the user meeting. A welcome dinner on Thursday, April 20th is also included and will take place at Currents. You can choose one of three delicious entrées when you register for the user meeting.
Sign Me Up!
To register for the user meeting or get more information, go to the Paladin User Meeting registration page.
After you submit your information, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions that will allow you to take advantage of the group rate for lodgings at the Riverhouse on the Deschutes. Attendance is limited to 50 people, so signing up early!
The 2017 Paladin User Meeting is an excellent opportunity to meet people, like yourself, who value new perspectives and are interested gaining the knowledge necessary to successfully navigate changes in tomorrow’s retail environment.
Great classes, great people, great food, and a warm, comfortable place to lay your head. To top it all off, you get to visit Bend, Oregon. It doesn’t get much better than that.