Thanks to these organizations for their special partnership with us in creating our website and other content.

Skyline TechnologiesSkyline Technologies is an Appleton-based UWEBC member company specializing in IT consulting and developing custom technology tools that help organizations of all sizes become industry leaders. Skyline provides expertise in business intelligence, custom software solutions, enterprise portals, IT business consulting, and online marketing. The highly skilled staff at Skyline did the heavy lifting in building our custom ASP.NET website. They created the framework for the site and worked closely with us to complete the structure.

Sonic FoundrySonic Foundry is the global leader for enterprise webcasting, lecture capture, and knowledge management. Sonic Foundry's Mediasite platform is the rich media format we use to webcast and record UWEBC presentations available online. Mediasite delivers video and audio of the speaker and slides in a single browser window. We use Mediasite exclusively and extensively in delivering UWEBC presentation content.

UW-Madison Wendt Commons Engineering Media Services provides the UWEBC critical support in technology-enhanced learning and other forms of communications output. Engineering Media Services is comprised of advanced practitioners with high-level skill in Mediasite and cross-platform video and print production.

Legeview PartnersLedgeview Partners, based in Appleton, works closely with businesses to implement breakthrough performance improvements that drive extraordinary added value in customer relationships. Ledgeview specializes in a holistic, end-to-end approach to customer relationship management through sales and customer care professionals and expertise in Microsoft Dynamics CRM. The experts at Ledgeview Partners were instrumental in linking this website to our CRM database, enabling easy event registration and account management for members.

UW-Madison AIMSUW-Madison Administrative Information Management Services (AIMS) was formed in 2008 as a consolidation of existing UW-Madison IT services and staff. Acting as a complement to the Division of Information Technology (DoIT), AIMS provides IT services that typically had been provided at the department or division level, including workstation lifecycle management, customer support (Help Desk), storage services, application hosting and delivery, and web-based application development services. This site is hosted by AIMS, and their expertise was instrumental in developing and launching the site according to plan.

UWEBC Events

May 2020

7 Web Only: Trade Compliance Special Interest Group Meeting - Best Practices in Building an Import Trade Compliance Program
13 Web Only: Marketing Peer Group Meeting - Mastering Your Social Media Strategy
15 Web Only: Human Resources Executives Special Interest Group Meeting - COVID-19: Return-to-Work Considerations and Practices
19 Web Only: Indirect Procurement Special Interest Group Meeting - Contract Management Best Practices
20 Web Only: Agile IT Special Interest Group Meeting - Agile Team Development, Management and Leadership
21 Web Only: E-Retailer Special Interest Group Meeting - E-Commerce During COVID-19

June 2020

4 Web Only: Customer Service Peer Group Meeting - Supporting the Email Channel: Approaches to Challenges Around Workflow, Efficiency, Response Time Management and Quality Monitoring
9 Web Only: B2B Marketing Special Interest Group Meeting - Channel Marketing - Partner and Dealer Strategies
11 Web Only: Procurement Peer Group Meeting - Supplier Challenges: Managing your supply base, supplier financial health and supplier diversity
16 Web Only: Information Technology Peer Group Meeting - Creating a Learning Organization to Develop the Technologists of the Future
17 Web Only: Logistics and Distribution Peer Group Meeting - Domestic Transportation Outlook: 2020 and Beyond
18 Web Only: B2B Customer Service Special Interest Group - Supervisors Forum Meeting - Managing Change Initiatives and Communication Practices within the Customer Care Team and with Other Functions
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