Here's the information for each session today. We're focusing on messaging, and how QAlert can help you deliver information to your internal and external audiences.
Our keynote conversation will focus on that, and then we'll get into sessions that focus on notices, marketing your initiative, and one complicated (and then, simple, way you can use to deliver information.
Finally, we'll wrap up the entire event with where we see QAlert going. You will be able to help us along, so be sure you're in attendance. Be there, or be square (or you can't win any of our wrap-up prizes).
Nancy Leuenhagen, communications director of Washoe County, NV, will join us for a conversation about how important your messaging is. In particular, we'll talk about what Washoe County learned while using QAlert, and how it has shaped the county's messaging.
There are many ways to share information in QAlert. But the newest way - notices - now lets you share your message with staff and with citizens. No ore shouting over cubicle walls or from the rooftops to call attention to something special or important. Simply post it.
Why spend money to upgrade your citizen service request management if you're not going to promote it and drive people to use it. Marketing is important. You can do it relatively easy and inexpensively. We can help, and at the very least, at get you through the design process. Learn about the importance of spreading your message from QAlert users and about what we can do for you.
Remember the 90’s? Ah, those were the days. Remember how the internet looked in the 90’s? Maybe that’s not part of the nostalgia. If your QAlert email templates look like a blast from the past or are just plain boring, it’s time we had a chat. We’ll show you how to spice up your QAlert email templates and bring them into this decade with some surprisingly simple tips.
Session 15 out of 15! As usual, we'll do a summary session on the day, but in this session, we'll also take a look at where QAlert is going. We call it the development road map. Keith LeBeau, president of QScend Technologies, will guide you along, and give you a chance to offer some feedback on our plans. You all have a lot invested in QAlert, and we're sure you won't want to miss this.
And, oh yeah, we'll have some more prizes, including a couple of special ones that go with the sessions we've had today. Just like on the first two days, you have to be present to win!