The Future of Low Code!
Making the most of your platform
Streaming live, available everywhere
FACT is an all-day educational event, for our community of users, admins, and developers.
We’d like to invite you to this year’s Feith Annual User Conference and Training, our annual educational get-together streamed live for our Feith customers.
Learn theory, real-world applications, and best practices, all geared toward giving you and your organization a better Feith experience for the next 12 months and beyond.
Find out about advances in the industry; you’ll learn a lot more about why we do what we do within Feith solutions, and why that matters to your business and how you do business.
In the virtual Demo-Go-Round, you’ll find less product demo and more of what you really need to learn.
FACT’s Joint Application Development sessions are your opportunity to give us your suggestions, your ideas, and your improvements – as well as discuss and solve your most sticky issues.
Reserve your seat and automatically get signed up for updates with newly released information.
This year we’re bringing the conference to you, totally online, and free to all Feith Clients.
“Philadelphia’s bustling heart, Center City blends skyscrapers and historic sites. Impressionist art at the Barnes Foundation and science exhibits at the Franklin Institute are among dozens of premier museum collections. A thriving dining scene surrounds leafy Rittenhouse Square.
Long-considered one of the toniest neighborhoods in the city, Rittenhouse Square isn’t just an enviable address. It’s a lifestyle.
And since it’s home to a number of hotels, the neighborhood, which spans Market to South streets from the north to south and runs east to west from Broad Street to the Schuylkill River Banks, remains an out-of-towner favorite.
Along the Rittenhouse sidewalks — many of which boast seating for alfresco dining and drinking in the warm months — residents and visitors find high-end stores; locally owned boutiques; small galleries; theaters and entertainment; cafes; beer, wine and cocktail bars; and restaurants of all kinds. With all this, the neighborhood buzzes with activity all year long.”