March 7th Applied Client Network Meeting Presententation
will be presenting
Outlook Communication Management Made Easy/
Archive & Purge in TAM/ Bright Ideas from the fast track
for Tam and Epic
Sandy Oliver is with AIS Technology and is an Applied Client Network Master Presenter in the Greater Milwaukee Area.
Sandy has been in the computer consulting industry for 10 years in software training, desktop and server support, project management and more. In her current position, she provides IT support, agency management training, paperless workflow design and project coordination for over 150 Independent Insurance Agencies nationwide. She is certified in both Microsoft and Citrix technologies and is a volunteer Master Presenter for Applied. Sandy's office is based out of Germantown, Wisconsin
8:00-8:30 Welcome/ Coffee &
8:30-9:00 Business Meeting/
Tam issues Discussion
9:00-11:30 Outlook Communication
Management Made Easy
Archive & Purge in TAM
Bright Ideas from the fast track
1400 South Highway Drive
Safeco Cardinal Room
Fenton, MO 63099
You will check in with the Receptionist and receive your name badge.
Holiday Inn Express
1848 Bowles Ave
Fenton, MO 63026 (636) 349-4444
ASCnet St. Louis Officers Ready to Serve You
(as pictured left to right receiving the Chapter of the Year award)
Maureen Conroy, Vice President
Carol DeLargy, Treasurer
Kathy Hembree, Secretary
Roberta Illert, President
We are so proud to announce that after years of hard work helping users learn from top trainers and from each other, the St. Louis Applied Network Chapter was recognized at this 2014 Applied Net conference with a Circle of Excellence- Gold Award.
If you haven’t been to a meeting in a while, we would love for you to come back and see if we might be able to help you bring back VALUABLE information to your agency. We feel they are well worth the time and money.
We are sad to hear the passing of our friend and partner in insurance,
Ed Yates of Yates Insurance .
Most of you know Ed as he attends almost all of our meetings. We know you are in a better place with no pain and new adventures, Ed, but we will miss you all the same.