Why Attend AssetWorld2019-10-16T13:13:22-04:00

Why Attend AssetWorld?

No Other Event..

offers the same opportunity to learn, grow and share that the AssetWorld users conference does. Nowhere else can you exchange ideas with peers, AssetWorks employees and industry experts in one forum.

At no other conference can you have the same meaningful and lasting impact on the long-term strategic direction of the AiM™ product portfolio. Nowhere else can you network with the best and brightest in the industry and share best practices that you can take home with you. There are so many tangible reasons to attend AssetWorld!


Networking with Peers

The best solutions are often borne of shared experience, and AssetWorld offers a rare opportunity to interact with your peers, discuss challenges and share success stories. With several hundred facilities and asset management professionals converging at AssetWorld, this kind of opportunity comes but once a year. What you learn from your peers can translate into greater workplace efficiency, not to mention lasting professional relationships.

training and educatinTraining & Education

Many conference attendees rely on AssetWorks’ solutions every day to fulfill their organization’s mission. AssetWorld offers unique educational opportunities that enable attendees to become more proficient users of our solutions, leading to greater efficiency in the workplace. Training tracks outlined in the conference program include both hands-on workshops and instructor-led classes covering a wide range of topics.

new and excitingWhat’s New & Exciting

Much of our year at AssetWorks revolves around AssetWorld, including our product development. Although we do several planned releases each year, our major release is usually timed to coincide with AssetWorld, and we want you to join in the excitement. What’s new in this latest and greatest version of AiM (and it’s companion products ReADY and Go) is covered in general sessions, as well as one or more new product announcements.

customer presentationsCustomer Presentations

A lot of time and effort goes into hand-selecting our customer presenters and building an education-packed program …not to mention all the work our users then put into creating their presentations. It’s all worth it however, as positive survey results confirm that people return to AssetWorld year-after-year for the valuable best practice and success story sessions that help them improve their own facility operations.

engaging and funEngaging, Entertaining & Fun

Research backs the notion that superior learning takes place when educational experiences are enjoyable and relevant.

Well, whether by design, or simply because we like to have fun, the educational sessions we present have been praised by attendees as engaging, entertaining, memorable and fun.

access to staffDirect Access to Key AssetWorks Staff

Plus, AssetWorld is hosted and lead by AssetWorks’ professional services organization and the engineers who develop the product roadmap and write the code. You’ll have direct access to the source—the people who develop, implement and support the technology you rely on. Not only do you benefit from their knowledge, but you can provide feedback concerning the quality, usability and functionality of our product portfolio.

Even with all of these benefits, you may still wonder: “If I attend, what’s the return on my investment?”

Consider a scenario in which you learn only one time saving new feature or function that saves you 15 minutes a day. That translates to 60 man-hours per year. Multiply that by the appropriate hourly rate, and you can already see the hard dollar savings of your investment. Now imagine sharing that knowledge with co-workers after you return from AssetWorld, and the effect is multiplied. AssetWorld is orchestrated to be an enriching experience that provides maximum value to our users and enables them to excel at their jobs.

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“I loved the meeting with AssetWorks employees in person to discuss items and resolve issues. Also, I appreciated the ability to meet and learn from my facilities management peers.”