Queensland’s First User Group Workshop

Published: Tuesday, 11 December 2018 at 10:00:00 AM

Last week marked a milestone for IT Vision Queensland customers with the inaugural IT Vision Queensland user group meeting being held at Cairns Harbour Lights Hotel.

Thirty Council representatives attended from across the state, with some travelling over 1,500kms for the workshop.

Chief Executive Officer, Nigel Lutton, said user group meetings are a valuable opportunity for Councils to share their experiences and learn from each other.

“We’ve had great success with user group meetings in other states such as Western Australia, so we are really excited to be bringing them to Queensland,”

“Feedback from our user groups drives product and service improvement, development and innovation so we find them incredibly valuable.”

At the first ever Queensland user group meeting, attendees had the opportunity to engage in Q&A sessions with key IT Vision staff and learn various ‘tips and tricks’ that could be utilised day to day in their work environments. Over the two-day workshop, the group learnt about the latest IT Vision software developments and the ever-evolving Altus Product Suite.

Debbie Glyde, Finance Manager at Richmond Shire Council, said that the user groups were a great platform for collaboration.

“It allows people from different councils to come together to look at new and upcoming products and help each other with areas of concern or ways to use the product,” said Debbie.

Deputy Chief Executive Officer at Diamantina Shire Council, Cassie White, said she really enjoyed the opportunity to connect and network with other IT Vision customers.

“Over the two days we explored some challenges faced by various councils, worked through work processes and system set up, engaged in finance, reporting and payroll training as well as taking a walk through some of the up and coming Altus products.”

“I found the two days a great way to kick start the connection of the Queensland IT Vision customers and am excited for the multitude of benefits that can flow from the networking opportunity,” said Cassie.

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