More than 200 Higher Education Professionals Gather in Dallas, TX for OrgSync’s Second Annual User Conference

Dallas, TX - June 26, 2013

OrgSync, Inc. is hosting its second annual user conference, OrgSync Connect. In just one year, the conference has more than doubled in size, reaching more than 200 attendees representing 97 campuses from across 33 states as well as Canada.

OrgSync Connect is a gathering of the minds where peers can exchange ideas, build new relationships, and learn about the latest innovations from the OrgSync team. This year's conference will also include several pre-conference workshops consisting of product trainings, best practices, implementation strategies, and more.

Highlights from this year’s conference include:

  • 3 days of networking and sharing best practices
  • 10 interactive pre-conference workshops
  • 27 educational sessions led by Campus Partners
  • 97 campuses represented from across the US and internationally
  • 200+ registered attendees with all levels of experience
  • Keynote by Eric Stoller, higher education thought-leader

“I look forward to all the conversations that will happen between our campus partners. There are so many amazing things that each campus is doing with OrgSync, and OrgSync Connect will provide the opportunity for attendees to share best practices and gain insights on how others are creatively using the platform,” states Eric Fortenberry, Co-founder and CEO of OrgSync. “The conference will also be a great forum for us to continue to learn from our campus partners about how we can continue to improve our products and services for higher education.”

The second annual gathering will take place at the Wyndham Dallas Suites – Park Central from June 27 – 29, 2013. OrgSync Connect is available to all current and future campus partners.

About OrgSync

OrgSync provides a cloud-hosted software-as-a-service (SaaS) community management platform tailored to higher education institutions. The Company’s products create a robust online community that empowers both students and campus administrators with the tools and resources necessary to effectively manage and enrich campus life.