2010 Conference Offers More Than Two Days of Info-Packed Seminars, In-Depth Training Sessions and Product Demonstrations
Online Registration Open Now for July 14-16, 2010 Event in Fort Worth, Texas
November 20, 2009 - RenWeb School Management Software today announced the 2010 RenWeb Power Conference – its first national conference that enables schools to draw more “power” from the leading provider of web-based school administration software through in-person information sharing and instruction.
The 2010 RenWeb Power Conference – to be held July 14-16 at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas – will offer participants unique networking and sharing opportunities not only with other users, but also with RenWeb technical staff members who provide daily support to RenWeb’s customers. In addition, participants will have access to two-and-a-half days of information-packed seminars and sessions, including:
- In-depth training “boot camps” featuring areas such as accounting, scheduling, admissions, re-enrollment and Donor Connect.
- Seminars from experts on topics of interest to schools today, such as creating a successful fundraising culture, developing your school’s brand, building web marketing strategies, and advertising your school.
- Demonstrations of RenWeb’s seamless, best-in-class plug-ins that provide services such as website management, instantaneous notification, fundraising, online donations and online payment processing.
“Just like the ‘power’ in a power lunch is generated by the importance of the participants, the real power of the 2010 RenWeb Power Conference will be generated by the participation of our member schools,” said Bob Wilbers, RenWeb Founder and President. “Along with the valuable information-sharing and training we have planned, both we and they will benefit enormously as they share their RenWeb experience with other schools and members of our support team.
“We look forward not only to meeting our member schools in person, but especially to the mutual exchange of information as we share with them the latest information on RenWeb, and they offer us their ideas and feedback on how to make our industry-leading solution more powerful than ever,” Wilbers concluded.
The conference fee is $195 per participant. RenWeb customers may register to attend by navigating to the 2010 Power Conference folder within RenWeb’s Report Manager. The folder also contains hotel information, a sessions list and conference schedule, which includes information on provided lunches and dinner, including the evening entertainment provided by comedian Jeff Allen.
RenWeb is enabling administrators, teachers, parents and students in more than 1,500 schools to “Switch on the Power” as the leading provider of next-generation Internet-based school management software. RenWeb’s unmatched convenience and service include complete installation of the software, including conversion of data, all as part of one, low license fee, along with a client interface that provides easy access to more than 185 integrated features.
Developed by a university dean, RenWeb is leading the migration of schools from client server-based to web-based systems, bringing administration, parents, students and the classroom together with anytime, anywhere access to a full range of services. Features include Admissions, Enrollment, Scheduling, Billing and Tuition Management, Lunchroom Management, Health Management, Attendance, Homework, Lesson Plans, Grade Book, Report Cards, Transcripts, Extensive Reporting Capabilities, Automated Emailing and ParentsWeb. For more information about RenWeb, visit www.RenWeb.com.