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Meet Us in DC for the 2019 Logi Conference

By Jenna Ward
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On October 22-23, Logi users will convene at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, DC for the 2019 Logi Conference. In last year’s post-event survey, 98 percent of attendees found the conference worthwhile. Why? After two full days of learning and networking with peers in the community, they walked away with actionable insights on how to better leverage the Logi platform. 

>> Related: Highlights from the 2018 User Conference <<

For those returning and newcomers alike, here are three reasons why you need to attend this year’s conference:

1. In-Depth Technical Content & Training

We’ll have more than 20 hours of unique presentations and workshops, covering a range of technical topics including:

  • New must-have product features
  • How to set up a DevOps process
  • Building and scaling a high-performing Logi application
  • Solutions from Logi’s expert on-demand team

Ninety-seven percent of last year’s attendees learned something new at the conference that helped them improve a current project.

2. Diagnose & Resolve Issues with the Logi Ninjas

Your customer success and technical account management teams are usually a phone call or email away. At the conference, these “Logi Ninjas” will be available in person for one-on-one support to troubleshoot and fix bugs.

3. Connect With Your Peers

Meet with hundreds of fellow Logi customers and exchange best practices. How are other developers using Logi? What are different use cases in other industries that can be applied to your product? Learn from peers in the community and gather ideas that can benefit your workflow and business objectives.

We’ll have several networking opportunities each day. Last year’s activities included a fun run, sumo wrestling, games, music, and of course lots to eat and drink—and this year will be no different. Stay tuned for more details to be released in the conference agenda.

Will we see you in DC this fall?

To learn more and register, visit the Logi Conference site.



Originally published June 21, 2019

About the Author

Jenna Ward is the Event Campaign Manager at Logi Analytics, where she coordinates all tradeshows and events including Logi's annual User Conference in Washington, D.C.