Wow. What a fun first day at the AIA National Convention. So many of our customers came to the booth today to see our new version of ArchiOffice and provide plenty of great new ideas. Just as exciting was the enthusiasm for the software they projected to the newbies who were visiting out booth for the first time. I felt a little embarrassed on some occasions when our customers were offering up their exaltations. Trust me – we didn’t pay anyone to hang outside our booth, like groupies.
Furthermore, it is so fulfilling to see our customers – people we regularly speak with on the phone or on the web forums, who stopped by the booth just to say thanks. Thank-you right back ArchiOffice family. As I hope you can see by what we’ve got going on at the booth – we really are family – and we’re looking out for you. Keep those ideas coming – and we’ll keep working to make sure your Architectural firm is as profitable as it can be – and your team is having as much fun practicing Architecture as you always hoped.
For those of you who missed our May Newsletter, please check it out (click the red text link). The big treat here is our Technical Tip of the month which addresses a concern so many firms have with regard to how they should handle Consultants in ArchiOffice. In fact – two separate people asked me today what I thought was the best way to do this. My own personal advice – DO NOT do option 3 of this tip.
I’ll try and get a photo of our booth tomorrow (with my camera phone), so you can see what we’ve done this year to keep our booth as “green” as possible.