I men­tion on twit­ter, I have an excit­ing announcement.

For the first time in Engi­neer­ing Ser­vices his­tory we are going to give away a new solu­tion for a three week trial dur­ing my Sum­mit 2010 break out ses­sion.   Dur­ing my break out ses­sion you will learn about the solu­tion and how it will help your company.

If you are won­der­ing why we never did this before the answer is fairly sim­ple.  All solu­tions that we build are cus­tom solu­tions.  So even though this is a com­pli­men­tary trial you will need to work in an Engi­neer­ing Ser­vices Con­sul­tant to set up the solu­tion for your unique environment.

In addi­tion to the com­pli­men­tary tri­als we will be giv­ing away a six month ver­sion of the solu­tion.   All you need to do is place your busi­ness card in a bucket when you walk into the ses­sion.  I believe in full dis­clo­sure so I will tell you we will prob­a­bly send you an email every once in a while (I would be sur­prised if you got more than 2 a year).  How­ever, we don’t want you to think we are doing the give­away to buy your email address. We really want you to expe­ri­ence how a cus­tom solu­tion can help your busi­ness. So if you don’t want us to email you about how Engi­neer­ing Ser­vices can help you and your busi­ness then sim­ply put NO on the back of your busi­ness card.

Impor­tant Notes:

  • We only have 100 com­pli­men­tary tri­als to give away dur­ing sum­mit and there are over 2,000 sum­mit atten­dees.  So please don’t take one unless you will invest a lit­tle time to work with us to get the solu­tion up and run­ning and take the time to look at the reports and give us feed­back on the value of the solution.
  • Each instance of the solu­tion takes sig­nif­i­cant time to setup.  Please be patient as it will take us a few days to set each com­pany up.
  • If you really want a com­pli­men­tary trial and we run out, then give us your email and we will put you on a wait­ing list.

As always, post your com­ments or email me at PearceA (at) adobe​.com.  It is your com­ments and emails that keep me post­ing and give me ideas for future posts.

You can read about my Sum­mit 2010 break­out ses­sion here: http://​sum​mit​blogs​.omni​ture​.com/​2​18/