BrainStorm Hosts Local Event

By The End-User Experts, May 02, 2017
BrainStorm Hosts Local Event


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SALT LAKE CITY, UT (May 2, 2017)BrainStorm, Inc., a leading Microsoft partner for end-user adoption and change management, will announce today the complete overhaul of its flagship SaaS solution, QuickHelp, at a company-wide offsite event at the The Depot in Salt Lake City. Some of BrainStorm’s customers, including Pepsi, VF Corporation, CDW, and Microsoft Corp., and BrainStorm’s employees will be attending.

During the event, BrainStorm’s product advocates will provide testimonials on how they’re deploying QuickHelp throughout their organizations. Derek Adams, BrainStorm’s CTO, will also give a product overview, highlighting the recent updates to the SaaS solution and how those changes will help change the way organizations work. In addition, BrainStorm’s principals, Eric Farr and John Wade, will discuss BrainStorm’s origin story, why it has been great to build the company in Utah, and why they decided to update the QuickHelp platform.

“The Utah tech community is growing rapidly and we’re incredibly proud to be a part of it,” Farr said. “We’re grateful for our wonderful clients, partners, and advocates, and we’re excited to have the opportunity to host them at our event and to show off the innovation happening here in Silicon Slopes.”

BrainStorm’s new and improved QuickHelp platform will now harness machine learning technology to offer highly individualized learning paths. The platform will also offer user engagement tools, like gamification, to revolutionize the way organizations learn and use Microsoft’s software.

Clint Betts, Executive Director and Editor-in-Chief at Silicon Slopes and Beehive Startups, will be master of ceremonies at BrainStorm’s event.

“BrainStorm is one of Silicon Slopes’ best-kept secrets,” Betts said. “It’s a great honor to be a part of this event. The tech culture in Utah is inspiring, and I’ve been particularly blown away by BrainStorm and its innovative approach to learning and dedication to the local community.”

Furthermore, BrainStorm will host a separate, invite-only community event to pre-screen “Under An Arctic Sky”, a film project by photographer and artist Chris Burkard on May 23rd at The Gateway at 7:00 PM. It documents a journey to the most remote corners of Iceland in the middle of winter in search of perfect surf.

“At BrainStorm we believe that we’re not only changing the way the world works, but we’re also changing people’s lives,” Wade said. “We’ve created the BOOM campaign, a sponsorship award to give our employees the once-in-a-lifetime chance to go on an adventure or cross an item off their bucket list. We take adventure seriously, and screening Burkard’s documentary will be a great compliment to our initiative.”

The company is not only dedicated to its customers and employees, but also to the local Utah community. In 2016, BrainStorm was recognized as one of Fortune’s 50 best workplaces for giving back and was recently named as one of Outside’s Best Places to Work, an accolade they’ve received five years in a row.

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About BrainStorm

BrainStorm, Inc.’s mission is to change the way the world works. With over twenty years of experience, BrainStorm has successfully assisted thousands of organizations from small and medium businesses to organizations in the Fortune 100 in facilitating change and making organizations as productive as possible. Their enterprise learning, SaaS platform, QuickHelp™, boasts features like assignable and customizable content, live, instructor-led training, interest groups, and a committed Client Success Manager. To learn more about BrainStorm, visit

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