In March 2020, we planned to celebrate TimePlan’s 25th Anniversary. But due to the Covid-19 lockdown, we have postponed the anniversary reception to:

Friday, 25 September 2020

We are still planning towards that date, and right now it is in accordance with current guidelines and legislation. Naturally, we will be monitoring the situation.

At the same time, we mark the change of CEO from Henrik Baasch to Rex A. Clausager.

We very much look forward to seeing customers, friends and partners on this special occasion at TimePlan Software, Vandmanden 10C, 9200 Aalborg SV, Denmark.

Programme

11:00 AM – 1:00 PM:
Mini seminars

– AutoPlan: Let Autoplan create the work schedule for you completely automatically so you can spend time on your customers and employees instead – get an insight into how easy it can be done.
– WebApp: Your employees have work schedules and other important information at their fingertips on their smartphone, tablet and computer – have you seen it all?
– Future Lab: Together we fly into the future and share the trends we see in relation to the needs you see in the future for your businesses.

Every seminar takes 1 hour. You can participate in a maximum of 2 seminars.
Register via the form on the left.

1:00 – 4:00 PM:
Reception with food and beverages.

1:30 – 2:30 PM:
Mini-conference with Henrik Baasch, Rex A. Clausager
– Historical review of TimePlan
– Marking the change of CEO

Guest speaker Christiane Vejlø
– 5 trends towards the future workplace

PLEASE NOTE: To help the planning and preparation of the event, we would appreciate an indication as to whether you are planning to attend the mini seminars and / or the reception at your earliest convenience.

We look forward to celebrating TimePlan’s 25th anniversary with you!

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