Mountain (Arizona) Regional User Group Meeting + Training

If you’re a Lucity User (or hope to be!) near Phoenix we’ll be in your neighborhood this April! We’ve got two events scheduled in your region: a Lucity Bootcamp Training on Wednesday, April 13th and a Regional User Group meeting on Thursday, April 14th.

Regional Training Course

We’ve added a new Lucity Univercity course to the RUG experience. We’ll be bringing our super popular Lucity Bootcamp training course to you in the form of a one-day training. Take a look at our full course description. This is a fantastic opportunity to bring your supervisors and lead workers to a Lucity training course near you – let them see first-hand how the tools you’ve invested in will help them out. They can ask questions and help steer our training so they leave feeling confident and excited about your Lucity tools.

Mountain (Arizona) Regional Lucity Bootcamp Training >>
April 13th from 9am – 3pm

1200 West Ocotillo Rd., Chandler, AZ  85248

Register (below) to attend by March 19th.

Regional User Group Meeting

This year’s RUG Meeting will be a day-long meeting held at an agency in your area – this year our hosts will once again be our friends at the City of Chandler. We’ll show off some new features and share release news. We’re upping our game this year and sending Lucity President, Don Pinkston, on the road! As many of you know, he’s always dreamin’ about new and exciting ways to take the Lucity software, and you’ll have his full attention.

Mountain RUG Meeting >> April 14th from 9am – 3pm

22 S. Delaware St., Downtown Library, Chandler, AZ 85225

Register (below) to attend by March 19th.

We’re so excited to see how this new format benefits all of our users. If you have any questions, please let us know.


 

 

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