TABS 2011 – Talking About OrgSync With Private and Boarding Schools

December 13, 2011

Its has been an exciting few weeks for us as conference season is winding down for the Fall and the holidays quickly approaching. Exactly a week after Thanksgiving, Cayce and I attended The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS) Annual Conference in Boston. This was OrgSync’s first opportunity to attend TABS, so it was a great learning experience for us and the perfect opportunity to network and create new relationships.

Cayce Stone OrgSync TABS 2011
Cayce at our booth!

During the conference, we had many great conversations with Directors and Administrators from various private and boarding schools to learn about their specific needs. The OrgSync booth was a big hit as always (although Cayce claims this is due to his charm, but we’ll let you decide that). Conversations focused on how OrgSync can help these schools go paperless and streamline their operations and how OrgSync can be used to plan co-curricular and weekend activities that keep their students engaged and involved.

In addition, we attended several sessions, two of which were open forum discussions focusing on Residential Life and Technology in boarding schools. We were all ears as we engaged in these discussions with Directors of these departments and learned a great deal from the experts themselves.

Boston lobster and clam chowda OrgSync TABS 2011
Lobster & Clam Chowda. Yum!

In reflection, Boston is an incredible city to host a conference and the conversations we had were invaluable as we begin to work with more and more independent and boarding schools across the country. Of course, no trip to Boston would be complete without some New England clam “chowda’” and some variation of Maine Lobster. Overall it was a fantastic experience and we’re already looking forward to seeing everyone again next year.

If you’d like to learn more about how OrgSync can benefit your private or boarding school, take a look at our handout below or download your copy here.

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