2019-06-24 Naviga

Highlights from the Naviga User Conference

By Karina Fabian

The first Naviga User Conference (formerly the MSG User Conference) was held June 3-4 in Florida. With the addition of users of our formerly-known-as-Newscycle products, we had 100 customers from the book, magazine and newspaper industries. Plus, we had 25 Naviga staff members from product experts to our Chief Digital Officer. As usual, people were there to hear informative presentations, share best practices, meet with Naviga staff, give feedback on future development and network. In addition, we had a track exclusively for introducing Naviga Ad to newspapers.

Once again, we were at the Ritz-Carlton in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. This year, the weather was spectacular. The staff, as usual, were attentive, and the food, top-notch. In other words, what you’d expect from the Ritz.

View from the Ritz-Carlton in Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Highlights for the attendees included

Jeff Shine’s always amusing as well as informative opening remarks.

Learning about Naviga Ad.

“Very informative; Donna and Kelly explained and showed us a lot.” – Beth Robertson, Philadelphia Inquirer

Meeting other users.

“I was able to speak to other users and learn from them…” – Linda Johnson-LeBlanc, ABHMS / Judson Press

Talking with the Naviga Staff. (The feeling is mutual.)

“Always nice to meet other users and Naviga employees face to face. I find it more productive and helpful in solving day to day user questions.” – Lorraine Markey, David Publishing

We’re planning for next years’ conference to be even bigger and better. In the meantime, thanks to all who attended.

About the Author: Karina Fabian has been writing about business, leadership & management, and software applications for over a decade. Before joining Naviga, she wrote reviews of business software and services for Top Ten Reviews and Tom’s Guide, and about business practices and leadership for Business News Daily and Business.com. In addition to writing for Naviga, she is a freelance writer and author of 16 books.