What everyone is saying about Buildertrend University
This year, we started Buildertrend University. What is that, you ask? Buildertrend University, or “BTU” for short, is a two-day conference where our customers spend time at our headquarters in Omaha, NE, and learn how to maximize their usage of our software, as well as engage with and be part of the Buildertrend culture. Through this event, we offer both classroom-style and in-person training with Buildertrend users to teach them about specific features and best practices for implementing.
From classes about estimating and job costing to seminars about templates and selections (and more Buildertrend fun in between), we cover it all for our customers while they’re here. Through these classes and one-on-one time with their dedicated Buildertrend Coach, our #1 goal is for our customers to go home better equipped to use Buildertrend than when they arrived.
While our clients attend Buildertrend University to get hands-on training, we do also encourage them to experience life at Buildertrend, which is exactly why we want all of our attendees to use our headquarters while they’re here! Not only is this a fun experience for our customers, but also for our employees; Buildertrend employees love talking with attendees about their businesses and learning from them. It’s a win-win!
Interested in attending Buildertrend University? For more information or to register, click here!
Or, are you interested in working here and participating in Buildertrend University? Click here to view our current open positions!
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