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3 Reasons to Attend the 2018 Logi Conference This May

By Michelle Gardner | February 15, 2018
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This May 8-9, Logi users will gather in Washington, D.C for the 2018 Logi Conference. If you attended our first conference in 2016, then you probably already know the value of this event. In fact, 100 percent (!) of attendees surveyed said they found the 2016 conference worthwhile.

>> Related: See Highlights From the 2016 User Conference <<

If you’re new to our community, here are the top three reasons to attend our conference this May:

1. Jump-Start Your Analytics Efforts

Whether you’re new to Logi or a seasoned veteran, the conference will be jam-packed with sessions to help you make the most of your Logi investment. Each ticket includes 16 hours of in-depth training content authored by our engineering and professional services teams. On this year’s agenda are tracks for Logi Fundamentals, Data, Dashboard Design, and the latest product updates from Logi. You’ll also have the unique opportunity to get one-on-one advice from the Logi Services team.

2. Connect With Your Peers

The idea for the Logi Conference came out of this need. Our users asked for a better way to connect with the Logi community, and at the 2018 conference you’ll meet and learn from hundreds of other Logi customers.

Our 2016 attendees said they felt a true sense of community among people like themselves who are delivering analytics and moving the needle. The networking opportunities are abundant, particularly during sumo wrestling at the Logi Bash after party.


3. Drive Revenue

While the conference isn’t free, we still think it’s well worth the price of registration. Every attendee gets two full days of expert presentations, training, parties, swag, and meals/snacks. On top of that, there are the intangible benefits, like sharing and learning from your peers.

In our post-conference survey of 2016 attendees, more than 90 percent of them reported they learned something new that will improve a current project. We expect you, too, to leave the Logi Conference with the ideas and enthusiasm to add to your product roadmap, improve your Logi applications, and drive revenue for your organization.

To learn more, visit our Logi Conference 2018 Page. And stay tuned for the full agenda to be released soon.

About the Author

Michelle Gardner is the Content Marketing Manager at Logi Analytics. She has over a decade of experience writing and editing content, with a specialty in software and technology.

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