New sponsors bring expertise in government workforce solutions and in data analytics to conference dedicated to improving workplace opportunities for people with disabilities.
Alliance Enterprises, Inc. (Alliance) announced today that key partners, including Monster and Tableau, will sponsor Alliance’s getAwareLive! 2017 conference this summer. The July 26-27 event in Dallas is dedicated to improving meaningful work opportunities for people with disabilities.
Monster Government Solutions works with state and local governments and workforce development boards to match job seekers with work opportunities. The organization supports the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) core programs, such as adult and dislocated workers, youth workforce activities, vocational rehabilitation (VR), training and vocational services.
Tableau is a market leader in data analytics software, which Alliance makes available to state agency customers that use its Aware software platform. Tableau recently improved accessibility in its software release. Both Monster and Tableau will demonstrate their products and services during the conference.
Alliance is the nation’s leading provider of case management, analytics and cloud services for rehabilitation service providers throughout the United States. Alliance’s Aware software is used by 38 state VR agencies, 24 tribal nations and more than 12,000 VR professionals to help one million disabled persons find and maintain meaningful work each year.
Alliance also announced more conference sponsors today, including VFO, the world’s leading assistive technology provider for the visually impaired, and the National Association of Workforce Agencies (NASWA), whose executive director, Scott Sanders, will deliver a keynote speech at the conference. MyObjectives, a goal achievement software app, and VR services provider, Libera, will also be featured at getAwareLive!
“These strategic sponsors bring valuable perspectives to our conference,” said Darcy Schab, Director of Business Development and Marketing at Alliance Enterprises. “When we look at the totality of thought leaders who will speak at the event, the partner demonstrations, and the best-practice sharing, we believe that these two days will truly help shape the workplace in the WIOA era, opening future opportunities for people with disabilities.”
Last month, Alliance announced that Microsoft would be the Diamond sponsor of the getAwareLive! conference. To learn more about the conference, go to http://www.getAwareLive.com.