ASPDNSF’s 2012 eCommerce Conference

By | 2017-08-11T16:25:40+00:00 April 3rd, 2012|Categories: Beacon News|

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Beacon returned from ASPDotNetStorefront‘s user conference with a ton of great takeaways, new friendships, stregnthened partnerships and awesome experiences.  Ashland, Oregon’s amazing scenery, great restaurants, friendly people and downtown park rival the eTail West conference in Palm Dessert for the best eCommerce conference destination.

The conference kicked off with a welcome reception and continued full steam ahead through two full days of sessions.  Between Mike Wood (Sr. Engineer), Tracy Dirks (Dir. of Software Development) and I, Beacon had all tracks and the exhibit hall covered.  It was a great conference, we had the opportunity to get the inside scoop on the product roadmap, hear first hand insights from the consumer panel, pick the brains of APDNSF’s talented developers, discuss innovative uses of the platform with merchants and fellow partners.  It was action packed and a whole lot of fun.  Between the full days and long travels, I think I am just now recovered.

As an aside, I stayed an extra day to check out the awesome sites of southern Oregon and was lucky enough to catch Crater Lake on such a picture perfect afternoon.

Crater Lake

 

Keep an eye out for Beacon as we prepare for two conferences during the month of April: The Bronto Summit and NCTA’s State of Technology.

About the Author:

Rick Boccard
A seasoned Account Executive, Rick joined the Beacon team eight years ago after successful sales stints with Bluewolf and Bronto Software. He enjoys building long-term relationships with his clients, and prides himself on being consultative, fully understanding the impact of technology on business goals, earning trust and being a customer advocate. He has crafted custom Higher Education contracts for the University of the Virgin Islands, University of Hartford, University of Wyoming, Colorado State University Pueblo, Harvard’s Graduate School of Education, Boston College and the University of Pennsylvania. Rick earned a B.S. in Economics from Roanoke College and an A.A.S. degree in Web Technologies from Guilford Technical Community College.