#RevCon13 – Welcome and Keynote Address

Revelation Software 2013 Conference LogoThis morning the Revelation Software 2013 conference gets underway properly.  Following the welcome reception yesterday evening and breakfast an hour ago all of the Revelation staff and conference delegates will gather together to listen to Mike Ruane’s Welcome Address.  He’ll no doubt talk about what has happened at Revelation since the last conference, the state of the company and the product line as of now, our plans for the foreseeable future and set the scene for the next few days at RevCon2013.

At 09.30 (local time in Nashville, TN), Billy Kirsh will take to the stand for the keynote address entitled Harnessing Your Creative Power.

As an award winning songwriter, Billy Kirsch has harnessed the power of creativity to lead a successful life as an entertainer, songwriter and entrepreneur. His work includes award winning songs and career songs for many artists. “Holes in the Floor of Heaven” recorded by Steve Wariner, won a CMA song of the year award, was nominated for a Grammy and was a number one hit. Top 10 songs, “Is It Over Yet” and “Come Some Rainy Day”, both recorded by Wynonna Judd, have become standards in the repertoire. “Stay Gone” launched singer Jimmy Wayne’s career as a Top 5 single. The list of artists who have recorded Billy’s songs include Tim McGraw, Kenny Rogers, Lee Greenwood, Alabama, Collin Raye and Steve Wariner to name just a few. Billy’s appearances and concerts have been televised: including The View, Regis and Kathie Lee and Live from the Bluebird Café. Billy’s unique abilities as facilitator, leader and performer are the foundation of his highly successful corporate event programs, Team Building Through Song and Harnessing Your Creative Power.

Following the keynote address, Mike will again take the stand to introduce the Revelation staff and then take an hour running through What’s New with Revelation and OpenInsight.RevCon 2013 - Mike's Openning Address.

One thought on “#RevCon13 – Welcome and Keynote Address

  1. Looks like everyone have a good time and a few good laughs helping Bill Kirsch put together some lyrics for a song that he performed at the end of his keynote address. Now that looked like a keynote with a difference!!!

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