We’re excited to bring back the Kadince Conference for a second year! We invite you to join us for two-and-a-half days of in-person training, peer discussions, guest speakers, feedback sessions, and networking. Take advantage of the opportunity to ask questions, get to know the Kadince team, and provide feedback. Meet your peers who also use Kadince. Learn from and teach your peers best practices. Return home better prepared, more confident, and inspired to use the power of Kadince to accomplish your goals.Reserve a Spot
The conference will be geared to those who are comfortable building reports, building basic workflows, and navigating settings within Kadince. Also, users should have access to settings in Kadince as that’s where we’ll spend a lot of our time. New users will still gain value from the conference but might feel a bit lost at times. However, for newer users, hearing what your peers who are more advanced are doing can help you build a solid foundation and accelerate your knowledge of what you can do with Kadince. Since sessions will be happening concurrently and there won’t be any repeat sessions we recommend bringing more than one person if you are subscribed to multiple Kadince modules.
The conference will begin Tuesday night with a warm dinner at our networking reception. Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday will consist of training sessions and guest speakers with lunch, snacks, and drinks. The conference will adjourn at 12:00pm on Friday in time to catch flights or do some sight-seeing. See the detailed agenda.
Tuition for the conference is $499 per person. We’re offering an Early Registration of $399 for those who register before December 31, 2019, and a Past Attendee Registration of $299 for those who attended last year’s conference. Guests participating in meals, breaks, and the activities, but not any sessions, will have a registration price of $75. Registration is limited and attendees must pay with a credit card for a small transaction fee. If you’d like to pay with a check, please let us know.
The conference will be held at the Hampton Inn & Suites Hotel. We’ve secured a discounted conference rate of $134 per night (May 5th through 8th) if rooms are booked before January 31, 2020. Hampton Inn provides free parking and breakfast to its guests. You must call the hotel directly at 801-394-9400 to book a room. When calling, please ask for Jaiden Weaver, Jose Hernandez, Renell Nokes, or Dirk Sanderson.
The conference is located approximately 40 miles north of the Salt Lake Airport (SLC). There are a variety of options available, including mass transit, to get you to and from the conference.
To help you prepare a business case showing management the importance of attending the Kadince Conference, we’ve compiled a list of Frequently Asked Questions and Talking Points.
“It doesn’t matter whether you’ve been using Kadince for years, or if you’re brand new. This conference will have you walking away with new ideas, new friends, and a better understanding of the power of Kadince.”
Tanna Y. Stockman Bank
“I worked for Microsoft for 20 years, I have been to a lot of conferences… ‘A LOT’ and as part of my job I ran a lot of conferences. Your team did an outstanding job… everyone made you feel at home and very comfortable.”
Tarri E. Glacier Bank
“100% worth it. An extremely practical and useful user conference that is so much more than networking and socializing. It will leave you with a firmer understanding of how to better utilize the software.”
Aisha J. Visions FCU
“I’ve lived on the East Coast my entire life, and that was my first visit to the West Coast. I LOVED that Kadince organized special activities for us and gave us the option on what we wanted to do.”
Kayla C. Machias Savings Bank
“The entire Kadince team is dedicated to making your experience as personal and engaging as possible. You will learn all of their names by the end of the trip and they will certainly know yours!”
Renata M. Glacier Bank
Utah is unique in its people, heritage, terrain, and activities. We planned the conference schedule to allow you to experience a weekend in Utah. We thought it would be fun to share a few places-to-visit and things-to-do to get you started.