Range of education options available during B2W 2020 User Conference this March
Business Growth Sessions, Tech Ed and Estimator University Among New Additions to Program
Designed to help contractors in a wide range of heavy construction management roles get the most out of technology across estimating and operational workflows, the conference will take place at Green Valley Ranch Resort just prior to the 2020 CONEXPO-Con/AGG show.
The B2W User Conference will provide intensive training for all elements of the company's unified ONE Platform for estimating, scheduling and dispatching, field operations, equipment maintenance and business insight. A new Estimator University will feature classes sequenced to help newer users gain expertise in the company's flagship B2W Estimate solution.
B2W has also expanded the number of sessions at the conference covering broader workflow and growth strategies related to technology, designed for leaders with executive, operations, IT and finance responsibilities.
"Technology continues to play a strategic role in successful construction operations, presenting contractors with new opportunities -- and challenges," explains B2W Software CEO Paul McKeon. "New tracks at this year's conference will focus on big-picture issues related to selecting, implementing and managing software systems and will complement the tracks dedicated to helping users get more proficient with specific software tools."
Additionally, at the User Conference B2W will recognize winners of its annual B2W Client Awards at the User Conference. The B2W Solution Center will be open throughout the conference for one-on-one or small-group demonstrations and consultation with B2W trainers, product managers and software developers.
McKeon points out that opportunities to discuss new software development ideas and to network with and learn from other contractors, in addition to members of the B2W team, remain among the most important reasons B2W users attend the conference.
At the 2020 User Conference, executives from the engineering and construction consulting firm FMI will moderate a keynote presentation, leading a panel of contractors in discussing the role of technology in their operational workflows and growth strategies.
Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger, one of the most famous alums of the University of Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team and subject of the movie Rudy, will also be a keynote speaker. Ruettiger will expand on his personal experience of adversity and triumph captured in the critically acclaimed movie.