GroupLink Battles IT Klingons and Cancer By Partnering with the American Cancer Society with No-Shave November and Announces Attendance at HECC and CETPA Educational Conferences
In a move to support cancer research, GroupLink partners with the American Cancer Society; and also announces attendance at two major technology conferences.
Bountiful, UT – November 14, 2013 – GroupLink, a leader of CRM and HelpDesk solutions, announces partnership with the American Cancer Society by sponsoring a No-Shave November campaign. GroupLink also announces attendance at two educational conferences: HECC and CETPA.
As an advocate of a cancer-free America, GroupLink dedicated the whole month of November as a “no shave” month. Anyone can simply donate the money normally spent on shaving and grooming for a month. GroupLink will match every donation given, up to the goal total.
In order to ensure being on the cutting-edge of technology, GroupLink makes it a top priority to exhibit at or attend conferences where the latest technology is released.
HECC: Hoosier Educational Computer Coordinators
November 13-15th, GroupLink will exhibit at the Hoosier Educational Computer Coordinators conference. The aim of this conference is to provide individuals implementing educational technology with timely information and resources to improve efficiency, communication, and integration of technology in educational settings. Located in the Crowne Plaza at Union Station in Indianapolis, IN, attendees will be addressed by industry experts including Devin Schoening, the K-12 Instructional Technology Coach for the Council Bluffs Community School District in Council Bluffs, Iowa and 2013 AIM Institute K-12 Educator of the Year.
GroupLink will have booth #30 in the exhibit hall. At the GroupLink booth, attendees can learn about the latest release of everything HelpDesk, and be entered to win a prize given away each day of the conference.
CETPA: California Educational Technology Professionals Association
November 19-22nd, GroupLink will exhibit at the California Educational Technology Professionals Association. At the 53rd annual conference at the Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena, CA, CEPTA aims to “enhance education through innovation.” CETPA will feature dynamic keynotes, quality sessions, professional exhibitors, and many opportunities to support those looking to drive change with technology. Gentry Lee, Chief Engineer for the Solar System Exploration Directorate at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, will address attendees and speak about the exploration of Mars and the use of technology.
GroupLink will have a representative at booth #314 to help educate professionals and educators on how everything HelpDesk can benefit any organization.
It is the mission of HECC to provide those charged with implementing educational technology in Indiana schools with timely information and resources in order to improve communication, efficiency, and the integration of technology.
Founded in 1960, the major emphasis of the association’s activities are directed towards improving Administrative Information Processing in public education within the State of California and to prepare its membership to better meet and support the technological needs of the Instructional Program.
GroupLink Corporation services over 1,000 enterprise customers and 4,000 worldwide implementations from its US headquarters in Bountiful, Utah. Whether deployed for K-12, Higher Education, Government, or other commercial organizations, GroupLink’s world class, best-practices Help Desk, CRM, Sales Force Automation and MDM software solutions feature key integration with Microsoft, Linux, Novell and Apple/Mac environments and help customers automate and add intelligence to business processes, enhance profitability, and lower total cost of ownership.
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