KEG 2015 – Event Wrap-Up, Resources, and the Wally Awards

This year’s Kinetic Enthusiast Group (KEG) event was the largest to date. IT professionals from government agencies, business enterprises, school systems and service providers from across the U.S., Canada and Europe gathered for information-packed presentations, customer stories, networking and training.

Ben Christenson presents the 2015 Wally Awards at KEGKEG 2015 also featured the second annual Wally Awards—recognition given to customers who’ve done uniquely innovative things with Kinetic Data products and technologies. Among this year’s winners were:

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Hop on Board Now for the 2015 KEG Event at Early Bird Rates

The 2014 KEG event was a thrilling ride for attendees, with training, networking, and the first-ever Wally Awards, where companies were recognized for the innovative and creative use of Kinetic Data software.

KEG15 - Kinetic Enthusiasts GroupThis coming year’s journey to greater knowledge and success with Kinetic Data products, KEG15 – Platform for Success, will have a new destination: the historic Depot in downtown Minneapolis, a landmark hotel in a great location, with easy access to the Mississippi river, Target Field, microbreweries, restaurants and more. Continue reading “Hop on Board Now for the 2015 KEG Event at Early Bird Rates”

First-Ever Wally Awards Presented at KEG14 [Video]

Three Kinetic Data customers were honored with the inaugural Wally Awards, a.k.a. The Wallys, at this year’s Kinetic Enthusiast Group (KEG) Conference in Denver.

Our own Ben Christenson presided deftly and humorously over the awards ceremony at the closing session of KEG 2014.

Honored for their creative and effective use of Kinetic Data products were:

  • Favorite Poster Story (Advanced Technology Services);
  • Innovator of the Year (CareTech Solutions); and
  • Rookie of the Year (Nordstrom).

For complete awards coverage, check out the news release or the full-length video on our website. Oscar may be glitzy—but Wally is bendable.