Moscone Center in San Francisco was all a buzz with Citrix partners during Summit May 23-24, 2011. More breakout sessions, learning labs, on-site testing, visionary keynotes, and a jam-packed Partner Transformation Center are just a few of the highlights.
Partners are ready to help their customers transform their business with virtual computing, enabling them to realize a simpler, more efficient IT. Plus, partners are better prepared now to answer customer questions and meet their needs with virtualization, networking, and cloud computing solutions. Mega training by the pros, exclusively for partners to build pipeline and profit – that’s Citrix Summit.
We’ll do it again next year, still offering a robust agenda and intense training and networking opportunities, but don’t let the time go by without securing your spot. Pre-register now so you can mark your 2012 calendar and get that much closer to completing your “to-do” list. Citrix Summit is a must-attend event because it’s where you receive hands-on training and foster invaluable connections to Citrix managers and executives, as well as other partners and of course, customers.
Here are 10 reasons to attend Summit San Francisco 2012 and pre-register now:
1. Breakout sessions provide instruction by thought leaders
2. Hands-on Learning Labs are fill up way fast
3. Special announcements and industry insight only divulged at Keynote
4. Learn about campaigns, programs, and new tools at the Partner Transformation Center
5. Demo Citrix Syndication and register for free on the spot
6. Take a free Citrix certification exam of your choice on site at the Testing Center
7. Check out the products and solutions at the Solutions Expo
8. Self-paced Learning Labs provide open seating for added convenience and flexibility
9. Relax with Citrix and other partners at the Partner Appreciation Party
10. Complete access to Citrix Synergy for extended training, plus networking with customers
Also, if you would like to add more reasons to attend, please leave a comment and share what you think makes Citrix Summit rock.