If you work in higher education, you’re going to want to know about Higher Ed Summit 2018 scheduled for March 21-23! FormAssembly will be attending this awesome, Salesforce-focused event in Washington, D.C. again, and we’re pumped to meet with higher education organizations to learn how we can help solve productivity and data issues with our innovative web form solution. Here’s the rundown on what you need to know about this event.
1. Meeting Up With FormAssembly
Do you work in higher education? Do you have questions about data collection and how FormAssembly can help streamline your processes and cut out unnecessary manual data entry? We’re ready to listen and help! FormAssembly teammates will be at the event to help you with anything web-form-related. Interested? Find us in the expo!
2. A FormAssembly-Focused Session
Want to see what FormAssembly is capable of? You’ll get a chance at Higher Ed Summit. We will be conducting a joint session with Towson University about how we helped them improve campus-wide data collection. Stay tuned for more info about where and when you can see this session!
3. Awesome Speakers
If you’ve attended another Salesforce event, such as Dreamforce, you know to expect awesome speakers. Higher Ed Summit won’t disappoint! On the bill to speak are former Secretary of State Dr. Madeleine Albright, Administrator of NASA the Hon. Charles F. Bolden Jr., and Canva Chief Evangelist Guy Kawasaki.
4. The Amazing Location
Higher Ed Summit will be held in beautiful Washington, D.C. on March 21-23. If you arrive early or stay late at the summit, there are endless opportunities for sightseeing and entertainment, from the world-famous Smithsonian museums to historically important monuments to the iconic cherry blossoms. (The Cherry Blossom Festival, March 18 to April 16, will be going on during the event, and there’s a chance you’ll get to see blooms, which in the past have bloomed as early as March 15.)
Here’s where you can register for the Higher Ed Summit!
We hope to see you at Higher Ed Summit! Check back often on this blog or our higher ed landing page as we share more information.