Sage have already announced two Sage Summit Tour events for North America. These events seem to be localized and smaller versions of Sage’s previous Sage Summit event.
As described by Sage:
Sage Summit Tour is personalized and interactive with learning experiences designed for start-up, scale-up, and enterprise business builders and their champions. Rich in relevant content, meaningful networking, expert mentoring, and product knowledge—a must attend event for thought leadership, inspiration, and learning.
The two North American Events:
• Atlanta: May 9-11—Georgia World Conference
• Toronto: June 27-28—Allstream Centre
Additionally, Sage have announced Sage Sessions which appear similar to Sage’s previous Sage Inspire Tour ( http://erplife.com/2015/03/19/did-the-sage-inspire-tour-run-out-of-gas/). Sage held a limited number of Sage Sessions during 2016 including this one in Toronto during September 2016.
It looks like the local session was a hit as Sage have just announced that they will be bringing a total of 8 additional Sage Sessions during 2017.
We’re also bringing Sage Sessions to you!
Sage will be visiting eight other cities for our new Sage Sessions—single-day events with a focus on local-marketing specifics that allow more interaction between customers and Sage staff. Partners are encouraged to attend this free event with their customers.
This is a great event to get your customers and prospects excited about Sage solutions. Everyone will have the opportunity to meet with Sage experts firsthand and learn how to best maximize Sage solutions. You’ll also have the chance to get your questions answered in person.
Sage Sessions Canada stops:
• Halifax: March 15—The Westin Nova Scotian
• Montreal: April 10—Hyatt Regency
• Calgary: August 1—Telus Convention Centre
• Vancouver: September 19—Vancouver Convention Centre
Sage Sessions U.S. stops:
• Chicago: April–date and venue TBD
• Los Angeles/Orange County: June—date and venue TBD
• New York City: July—date and venue TBD
• Dallas: September—date and venue TBD
The agenda for these events have not yet been released so it’s not known whether these will be primarily customer focused although historically the local events have been geared toward end users of Sage’s various solutions.