This year’s International Users Conference in Atlanta was an overwhelming success, and so we’d like to thank our wonderful partners whose continued support is essential to the MRI Ecosystem.
At MRI, we pride ourselves on promoting an open and connected ecosystem that works for all of our clients. A successful ecosystem such as this is only feasible with partners who share that same vision and work to achieve it together, putting client over business. Through our Partner Connect program, we seek to offer our clients access to third parties who share our commitment to the “open and connected” way, and the exhibit hall at IUC was the perfect visual representation of how MRI Software, our clients, and our partners all work together to achieve greatness.
Announcing Spreadsheet Server – MRI Edition
But the client/partner interaction didn’t stop at booths on the exhibition floor. At this year’s IUC, insightsoftware announced a new partnership with MRI that includes “Spreadsheet Server – MRI Edition”. This partnership makes it even easier for MRI Platform X users to produce consistent Excel-based reports and improve financial and operational reporting. To find out more, read the press release here.
Awarding great partners
Congratulations to VTS, who won the award for Partner of the Year at the inaugural MRI Innovation Awards! The Partner of the Year Award goes to a partner that best embraces the innovation, client support and integration capabilities necessary to promote an open ecosystem. VTS has been a wonderful partner, and we look forward to working with them as they continue in their client-first efforts.
MRI also gave out several other awards in the exhibit hall that included awards for Most Active in MRI forums, Most Referrals through MRI Web Forum, and more. These awards went to well-deserving partners such as Loci Solutions, TopUp, Assetsoft, and RealFoundations.
As we reflect upon this year’s IUC, it’s clear to see that the MRI Ecosystem would not be possible without the support of our incredible partners, and we look forward to seeing how these organizations continue on their quests to liberate real estate.