The countdown to Citrix Summit in San Francisco, May 23-24 is here and with so much buzz around desktop transformation, you owe it to yourself to learn what’s being said and prepare yourself to have these conversations with your customers who are looking for virtual computing solutions to achieve their goals around security, management, and cost reduction, as well as to offer more flexible workstyles within their organization.
With Citrix at your side, you’ll be ready to guide your customers on a very successful road because seriously, there is no better place to load up on training galore with instruction direct from the experts mixed with product and tech talks, plus visionary keynotes. There are many benefits of attending Summit 2011 and I can go on, but instead, I’ll narrow it down to five top picks.
Five reasons to attend Citrix Summit
1. Hear the complete virtual computing story – from high-level strategy to practical application and from virtual workstyles for users to virtual datacenters for the IT team.
2. Build your skills at Hands-on Learning Labs - instructor-led workshops and deep dive classes held in a virtual lab environment, will sharpen your Citrix technology skills and build your professional knowledge base.
3. Join your customers at Synergy - packed with content rich sessions and invaluable insight from industry leading experts where you engage with peers and customers to build and strengthen relationships in a dynamic, exciting atmosphere with non-stop networking.
4. Visit the Partner Transformation Center - take advantage of programs and tools with one-on-one guidance from Citrix experts to show you how to make the most of your investment and grow your business.
5. Get certified for free – expand the expertise and professional scope of your business by taking the Citrix Certification exam of your choice in the convenience of the on-site Testing Center.
Don’t miss out on a golden opportunity to learn, network, and meet with customers. Take advantage of your partner membership by joining us at Summit and Synergy 2011, May 23-27.