HITEC 2007 Education Session to Provide Glimpse Into Club Technology from Club Software Executives

  • Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals (HFTP)
  • 06.15.07
An elite panel of club software executives will gather at HITEC for an open discussion about current and future issues in club software.

The session, “Software for Private Clubs: Future Plans of the Top Providers,” will be held Thursday, June 28 at 9:15 a.m. at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.

The panel will discuss the near- and long-term plans of their companies and will address a number of key topics of interest to private club financial and technology executives. Topics will include the vision and mission of each company, software development plans, innovative software functionality, the incorporation of business intelligence tools into club software, maximizing the ROI on club software and more.

“This club-specific session is a great opportunity for technology professionals to get into the minds of club software executives,” said Bill Boothe, moderator of the education session and director of club and resort technology consulting at RSM McGladrey, Inc. “Attendees will have a chance to interact with the panel, ask questions and make suggestions that are important to their club.”

The expert panel includes Moderator Bill Boothe; John Billowits, president of Jonas Software; Butch Lesniak, president of Abacus 21; Mark Schlake, CEO of ClubSoft; Anthony Strange, CEO of IBS; Mike Talbot, CEO of TAI Consulting; and Don Williams, CEO of ClubTec.

Please be aware HFTP, the producer of HITEC, is not recommending the vendors and their products over other HITEC vendors at the 2007 show. Please refer to of the program for a listing of all HITEC 2007 exhibitors.

Other club technology opportunities at HITEC include:
  • Club Technology Pavilion – This special kiosk display area at the HITEC exhibit hall will feature hands-on demonstrations of club technology products. There will be approximately 15 different club-related exhibitors at the pavilion. Visit the HITEC Web site for the current list of participants.
  • Club Technology Boot Camp — Club Technology Boot Camp, June 25, will allow newcomers the opportunity to learn about the technology used in the club industry and for veterans to get an update on industry trends. This is a special seminar that club professionals will not want to be MIA for.
  • Club and Hotel Controllers Conference — Attending the Club and Hotel Controllers Conference, co-located with HITEC 2007 on June 26-27, is a valuable way to keep up with industry trends and meet others who have similar professional interests. This year’s conference will have general information sessions with professional speaker Roz Trieber’s session, “Hospitality LiteR – One-Third Less Stress, Same Great Job” and Attorney Phillip Maltin’s session, “How Not to Get Sued: 10 Rules That Keep Employers Out of Trouble.” There will also be four club-specific sessions focusing on financial trends, identity theft, fraud and being a business partner. Visit the conference Web page to learn more.



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