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Who would have thought the competition at IACP would be so tough?

Posted by Brandon Taylor on November 2, 2015

IACP 2015 logoOn October 27, 2015 at precisely 11:00 AM in the McCormick Place West conference center in Chicago, Illinois, a spectacular event took place. A unique presentation was delivered to a humble, captivated audience.

"It was the stuff of legend," said eFORCE Marketing Manager, Brandon Taylor. "Ken Clark, the presenter, was so dynamic and engaging I don't think I'd want to listen to anyone else. Except maybe the President of the United States."

Unfortunately, for Clark, Taylor and eFORCE Software, that became their reality.

President Barack Obama addressed the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) annual conference that same day, and while his speech had not yet begun, thousands of conference attendees had already cemented their place in line to get a seat in the ballroom as soon as the doors opened at 10:30 AM.

"I know our presentation is good," said Ken Clark, presenter and National Sales Manager at eFORCE Software. "But the President is stiff competition. I've got to hand it to him. His crowd was much bigger than mine."

The good news is that those who were torn between missing the eFORCE presentation or the once-in-a-lifetime chance to see the President speak at IACP 2015 (because we know there were probably thousands in this category), can now do both. Our presentation titled, What Your Grandma Didn't Know She Taught You About Buying Software, is now available online via Slideshare.

Be sure to take a look and let us know what you think in the comments below. You can also contact Ken Clark with any questions at sales@eforcesoftware.com or 888-570-4943. Enjoy!

 

Topics: buying software, Chiefs of Police, Customers, eFORCE Software, grandma, IACP, IACP 2015 conference, International Association of Chiefs of Police, Leadership, News, President Barack Obama, President Obama, President of the United States of America, public safety software, purchasing software, request for proposal, rfp, United States President, US President

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