CRGroup Joins CSAE Ottawa-Gatineau Chapter at CSAE Tête-à-Tête 2018
Ottawa, ON (January 30, 2018): Corporate Renaissance Group (CRGroup), a Microsoft® Gold certified partner and one of Ottawa’s leading providers of business systems and technology, today announced it will be participating in the Canadian Society of Association Executive (CSAE) Ottawa-Gatineau 2018 Tête-à-Tête Conference.
This one day event is taking place Wednesday, January 31st from 7:00am-4:00pm at the EY Center in Ottawa, ON and is accessible at no cost to all Association and Not-For-Profit Executive Directors and Employees, Meeting and Event Planners and Government Procurers.
CSAE Tête-à-Tête is all about bringing people together to connect, discover, and build partnerships. Participants will discover a growing number of exhibitors showcasing new products and services that will contribute to their professional and personal growth. Attendees will also take advantage of prime networking to get to know their fellow CSAE members and local associations and NFP’s facing similar challenges.
CRGroup will be participating as a sponsor in Booth #431 at the event and will be showcasing solutions and services to help Canadian Associations and Not-for-Profit (NFP) organizations to effectively operate, collaborate, and grow. For years, CRGroup has been helping CSAE™ members to tackle business challenges through the effective deployment of business systems and processes built on leading technology, such as Microsoft SharePoint, Dynamics GP, Dynamics 365, Dynamics CRM, and Office 365. CRGroup work over the years has helped many associations and NFP’s adopt affordable technology to improve member management, increase productivity, reduce costs, and enable better financial planning & analysis.
Those interested in registering for CSAE Tête-à-Tête can visit the website: www.csaeteteatete.ca/index.php
Attendees looking to book a meeting in the CRGroup booth are invited to do so by emailing: email@example.com
CSAE is the national non-profit association of professionals who manage Canada’s most progressive associations, as well as those who supply the sector with essential products and services. CSAE has approximately 2,100 members who are organized into eight Chapters across Canada, including the Ottawa-Gatineau Chapter. The Ottawa-Gatineau Chapter of the CSAE has 700 members and spans the Quebec and Ontario sides of the Canadian National Capital Region. Seventy per cent (70%) of these Chapter members are executive members who manage trade, professional, philanthropic and single or common interest organizations. The rest of the Chapter members are business members: individuals representing organizations that offer services and products to the Ottawa-Gatineau association community. www.csae.com/