November 9, 2019      1 min read

Xerocon London 2019 is almost here — and as ever, we’re excited to be exhibiting at the event!

John Horton, our UK Partner Manager, and Lisa Miles-Heal, our COO and UK Managing Director, will be bringing along Vicky, Tasmin, David, Amber and Sophie from our UK team. So make sure to pop along to stand s7 and say hi if you’re attending.

We’ve got lots of treats from our Good Product customers and Unleashed merch to give away, and we’d love to chat about how we can help you deliver transformational advice to clients. Plus, we’ll be running a competition to win a Christmas Hamper from Unleashed customer Rococo worth £132 — keep an eye on our social media to see how to take part.


We won’t just be chatting at the stand, though. We’re running a suite of speaking sessions over both days, so make sure to come and see Lisa Miles-Heal’s talk on AI and our series of on-stand talks on problems you don’t know your client has

The best AI is actionable insights

Join this talk from LMH on using data to unlock staff productivity — including a sneak peek at our brand new Business Intelligence module.

Topic: The best AI is actionable insights: How combining KPIs and cloud tools can supercharge staff productivity
When: Wednesday 13 November (Xerocon Day 1) – 1.30pm
Where: Silver stage #2


Problems you don’t know your client has

We’ll also be running a series of 10-minute Unleashed tours on our stand over both days. They’re a great way to get a quick overview of Unleashed, and how it can benefit your clients. Here’s the full schedule:

And here’s a bit more info on each session:

Title: Lost stock (and barrels)
Learn how Unleashed can: Help your client know exactly where stock is at any time

Total recall nightmares
Make auditing easy

Free Will (the sales guy)
Give salespeople the time to make high-value sales

Permissions impossible
Keep accounting systems clean and uncluttered

Honey, I shrunk the margins
Make margins transparent

Pricing: The good, the bad and the ugly
Unlock personalised pricing strategies