Recollect Blog

What's going on at Recollect HQ
    and other interesting ramblings!

banner_terms.jpg

Recollect leave the office...

Posted by Tracey Butler on 1 October 2014 | 0 Comments

Tags:

After a very busy couple of months preparing two sites for launch, some of the Recollect team members are putting on their safari gear and heading out of the office.  Here's a quick update of where they'll be over the next few weeks:

October 2014

LIANZA 2014 is being held in Auckland on October 12-15. Pop by the NZMS stand and have to chat to Andy, Alison, Leigh or Marty about Recollect, digitisation, equipment, crowdsourcing, or any combination of these things.   NZMS are working closely with The Blind Foundation at LIANZA this year with mini talks during session breaks to share tips to ensure library facilities are accessible to everyone in the community.  If you pop by the stand please ensure your wallet isn't empty - we'd love you to donate to our fundraising efforts for the Blind Foundation.  Unfortunately Chris won't be on the stand to regale you with his Blind + Crazy tandem mountainbiking stories...that's a whole other blog post!

At the end of October Janine and Chris will be heading to Auckland for some client visits.  If you would like an appointment, or need a presentation to your stakeholders, make sure you email Janine and book in a time with them.  

November 2014

National Digital Forum is back in Wellington on November 25th-26th, and this time Recollect is a trade sponsor.  Janine, Andy and Michelle will be attending the conference, but they would also love to talk to you about all the new features that have been released into Recollect this year - as well as a sneak preview of some that are in development.  Recollect is very proud of it's lean and agile TDD philosophy where features are released regularly and often driven by our clients' wishlists.

We would love to see you at the conferences or during the Auckland visits, however as always there is excellent coffee to be had at our home base in Tawa should you be in our neck of the woods.  

 

Comments

No one has commented on this page yet.

Follow us on Twitter:
Subscribe to our newsletter: