While standing in the lobby of the Marriott Marquis San Diego with a few of my clients and employees, we were discussing the merits of the ARCHIBUS Nexus conference we just attended. We reminisced about the training we took and the tricks we learned and continued with kudos to companies that had wowed us with their foresight and implementation. There was also the overall excitement of the next Nexus to be held at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, not to mention the awesome social events we attended in the evenings.
attended 17 consecutive ARCHIBUS conferences. I said, “One, you come to see the new innovations of ARCHIBUS and client installations, two, to validate that you are on the right track, and three, to determine what you have neglected and can improve.” One of my employees immediately
concurred and my clients nodded.
It is fascinating to watch Steve Segarra, CTO of ARCHIBUS, present the road-map for the product. The new functionality presented always creates two emotions, 1) that is totally cool, and 2) I need to begin learning, right now, what it will take to get these features to my clients.
Additionally, a transportation agency in Asia Pacific presented an awesome presentation of connecting live cameras, transportation sensors, and live dashboards that not only helps report on the assets but allows for real-time management of the subway systems.
- Identifying that our synchronization process is rock solid and continues to provide the most current data for our clients to report on.
- That the dashboards are as strong as we’ve seen.
- The Energy Management system recently implemented at our client’s site is in keeping with other implementations.
- The direction of mobile installations are still valid and strong.
These validations always energize our clients and staff.
bit of a catch up game. Or we reach out to the Business Partner to create a relationship and provide services for our clients. These moments keep us humble and cause reflection. Over the years I have noticed that our clients have the same experiences. Almost every conference one of our clients asks, “When can we implement that idea?”