Let’s HUG it up!

User group conferences are a great resource to better understand tips, tricks and best practices of a product.

However, there is so much more to these gatherings.

At this year’s Hawksoft User Group (HUG) Conference in Las Vegas, we could see this first hand. 

Hawksoft President & CEO Paul Hawkins was in attendence.  But he wasn’t just there.  He was involved from beginning to end. 

And the really amazing thing… 

Tips and tricks weren’t Paul’s sole focus.  He focused on the community around Hawksoft. 

And speaking of community, I was fortunate enough to moderate a panel at the conference on the topic of community.  The panel included rockstars Chris Paradiso, Patty Lares, Claudia McClain, and Nick Corrao.

We chat about HUG’s example of community in this episode of The Insurance Nerdery.

About John Bachmann

John has a strong passion for helping people help people. In his roles within claims leadership, he has been able to live that passion through mentoring, coaching, evaluating, and recognizing the talents of licensed insurance adjusters. He has been fortunate enough to lead award-winning teams of insurance professionals that handle multiple lines of coverage including general liability, product liability, homeowner, and automobile claims. He has also had the opportunity to lead as well as participate in cross-functional capacities focusing on the improvement of the customer experience. John also co-hosts "The Insurance Nerdery, an Insurance Nerds Production"

2 thoughts on “Let’s HUG it up!”

  1. I was at this conference as a member and agent presenter and it was absolutely amazing! I cannot believe the growth in agent and vendor attendance from last year to this year and the love and feeling of community that Hawksoft has is just awesome!

    • Jessica,
      I know coming in from the SocialSurvey side I was blown away. All the people I met with were so passionate about helping each other to succeed. I was glad to be a part of it! -JB

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