Pinnacle offered attendees of its Summit 2016 the opportunity to attend multiple training sessions and to take advantage of networking opportunities.
The Pinnacle Corp. recently completed the company’s annual client conference, Summit 2016, and this year’s conference drew record attendance. Among the attendees were Pinnacle clients, respected partners and Pinnacle team members from across the country.
The three day event offered 36 individualized training sessions and valuable industry general sessions to keep up-to-date on the changes and opportunities within the convenience store and petroleum sectors.
Led by valued Pinnacle client and Master of Ceremonies Butch Egan of Western Oil, and situated on the rolling hills of the Westin Stonebriar Resort and Golf Club, Summit 2016 offered clients and industry professionals the opportunity to gain not only software expertise, but best-business practices in an often volatile market.
“Pinnacle’s mission is to deliver software and technology solutions that let you run your business the way that you want to run it, enabling you to compete in your specific market. Clients drive our direction, and we adapt our solutions to your business,” said Drew Mize, Pinnacle president, in highlighting the company’s focus on client collaboration, flexibility and control.
Expanding on client collaboration, Pinnacle’s client-led Advisory Council and Summit Steering committees played integral parts in not only ensuring the success of Summit planning, but also participating in education sessions and client panels. Summit participants enjoyed peer networking opportunities each evening and during breaks and mealtimes as well. Evening Sponsor Showcase cocktail hours allowed partners and attendees to learn new advances in hardware/software and how Pinnacle works with industry leaders to make their technologies the most adaptable in the market. After, nights were packed with fun with tropical poolside parties, a casino night extravaganza and the Summit 2016 grand finale on the rooftop of the TopGolf in the Colony.