Continuum Attends CMIT Elevate 2016

Posted May 17, 2016by Ben Barker


Continuum was delighted to attend CMIT’s Elevate 2016 from May 2 – 5 in Atlanta, Georgia. Continuum's CEO, Michael George was a keynote presenter, and his session, titled “A 500-Year History of the Future," talked about explorations in history. Topics of discussion included Christopher Columbus’ discovery of America, Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution, space exploration, and more. He challenged listeners to shoot for the moon.

Continuum's Director of Sales of North America, Matt Waters, and Senior Technical Account Manager, David Skeddle were also in attendance. They each presented a 45-minute training session that focused on optimizing the Continuum partner portal.

Representatives from Autotask and Jive were also involved in the sessions.

In addition to the presentations, Continuum also sponsored a booth at the event. At the booth, Continuum representatives shared information on how to best utilize Continuum services, such as Continuity247TM.

At the CMIT awards ceremony, Continuum proudly presented Larry Kerrigan of CMIT Solutions of Cambridge with the "Franchise Partner of the Year Award." Continuum also presented Jeff Steele and Dan Simkins of CMIT Solutions of Seattle Downtown, and Mark Bedecked and Ryan Battle of CMIT Solutions of Southwest Charlotte with "Partners on the Rise Awards."


Matt Waters was especially impressed with this year's award winners.

“Continuum’s CMIT franchise partner awards are based on agent and revenue growth as well as the breadth of product adoption and level of interactions with regional teams, and our award recipients have done an outstanding job this year. Our congratulations go out to these exceptional partners and we wish them continued success.”

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Ben is a Boston-based tech marketing expert, and an avid Boston sports fan.

Topics: CMIT

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