Apr 13, 2020
A Trusted Partnership: Infor to Sponsor Connect 2020
Advoco Connect is an annual conference typically held in Greenville, SC. But, in light of COVID-19, the event has been reinvented and will be a virtual offering for the community. We are all seeking connections right now more than ever, and now is the time to learn. What better time to come together with the Infor EAM community in a rare online event!
This online offering brings together hundreds Infor EAM users, experts, and enthusiasts to deepen their knowledge of Infor EAM and find out what is on the horizon for the software. The Connect 2020 virtual conference is a unique opportunity to be a member of the Infor EAM community and utilize this time to deepen EAM knowledge.
Advoco is a certified Infor Alliance Partner, and Infor has been a longtime supporter of the Connect conference, sending a team to the conference as well as presenting on both the mainstage and in breakout sessions. This formalized sponsorship will strengthen the ties and increase Infor’s involvement with the event.
“This is a great opportunity for the entire Infor EAM community,” said Mary Devine, Director of Marketing and Events at Advoco. “Infor is investing more than ever before. The virtual event will have more sessions, office hours, and ultimately it shows that our partnership with Infor has never been stronger.”
“Having Infor as a sponsor means that attendees will get an inside look at new developments right from the Infor EAM team,” said Marty Osborn, partner at Advoco. “This virtual offering also gives the community the ability to ask questions and interact directly with the folks responsible for the direction of the product.
We are also extremely excited about Infor’s support of #ConnectForGood. This is an initiative that was started in response to the need we saw in our community for pre-packaged meals during this time. So far, Infor, Advoco, and our other partners, have provided over 1800 meals to those in need in our community including frontline healthcare workers.”