This past week, RezStream sent Jeff to the Minnesota Resort & Campground Association’s fall conference. This year’s theme was “challenged to change” and we loved the opportunity to show Minnesota resort and campground owners how they can change and completely revitalize their operations by moving to the Cloud.
Jeff had a ton of fun at the conference where he got to see familiar faces from his Guest Tracker days! Though, Jeff isn’t the only Guest Tracker veteran on the RezStream team, our lead developer James was the co-developer of Guest Tracker and clients of that system might be particularly interested in our RezStream Cloud software. Jeff was busy nonstop during the tradeshow with demos and answering questions about our reservation software, booking engine, and other hospitality industry products.
During the conference, Director John Edman of Explore Minnesota Tourism had positive remarks about Minnesota’s summer travel season and how it was the strongest it’s been since 2008 and shared ideas for future promotions that hoteliers should incorporate into their marketing. The closing keynote speaker, Mark Ludlow, offered great advice and insight into focusing on your guest and how to sell your property, destination, and unique offerings to retain their attention and their reservation!
Some breakout sessions that were near and dear to what we do at RezStream included the sessions on: Keeping up with social media changes, changing payment technology, and simpler pathways to profitability.
We’re hoping to continue our presence at the Minnesota conference and continuing to improve our software based on the needs of these resort and campground owners or managers. We’re looking at opportunities for next year’s fall conference and we’ll be sure to let you know if we’ll be there! If you are in Minnesota and need any information about our products, please don’t hesitate to contact our Minnesota sales executive, Jeff at 303-872-6121.
Jeff would like to point out that bed setup next to his booth looked quite comfortable and he would have taken a nap there if he had the chance.