SwipeClock Mountain Summit Recap
 Momentum was an apt name for this year’s conference, given its location and message. As both Coleman Barney (CEO) and Paul Stevens (CTO) described, investments in technology and marketing made by SwipeClock and our partners are beginning to pay off in greater agility and success. We see acceleration in our combined futures.

Summit Presentations

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Conference Highlights
HUB Connect

Integrations with payroll and other systems are now a primary SwipeClock strategy. Our new application underpinnings are tuned for easy connection and make the process simpler and faster. Watch Rick Hymanson’s presentation for more details.

NEW! Employee Portal and TimeWorksPlus
Mobile App

Employees now have the same experience when using an intelligent clock, desktop or mobile device to access time cards, schedules, and time-off details. The interface requires zero training, automatically updates, and promotes self-service, which most employees prefer. Learn more by watching Greg Fairbanks’ main session presentation.

Partner Marketing

There is more reason than ever to participate in SwipeClock partner marketing programs. Dynamic customized web content, nurture campaigns, partner-branded materials and more are available at no cost. Concierge services are also available. Check out Dan Saunders’ main conference session, plus the breakout session on marketing web sites.

04. Keynotes
Coleman Barney & Jim Paille

The conference kicked off with an industry perspective from SwipeClock CEO Coleman Barney, followed by a focused tax update from Jim Paille. Both are worth watching in full.



For most, connecting with other attendees and SwipeClock staff was a top reason to attend the Mountain Summit. Between sessions, the hallways were clogged with animated conversations that often continued into meal breaks and afterhours events. Even some sessions were fueled by these interactions, where challenges and solutions were shared among the attendees. Networking itself is reason enough to attend the next Mountain Summit.


06. Technical Track

Breakouts on scripting, schedule creation, configuration, advanced features and technical support were quite popular. Attendees learned the latest on the evolving SwipeClock knowledge base, WorkforceHUB setup, HUB Connect integrations, and more. Check out main session presentations by Paul Stevens (CTO) and Greg Fairbanks (Director of Product Management) describing our technology vision and current product roadmap. PowerPoints for the various breakout sessions are also available.

07. Sales Track

Selling WorkforceHUB was a particularly popular breakout session. Christopher Swan presented along with Alissa Hutton, who narrated a series of short videos. Audience participation in this session was particularly high, as attendees shared their experiences and expressed enthusiasm for the burgeoning product.

Mountain Summit would not be complete without a little friendly competition and prizes! Mark Goodman won this year’s scavenger hunt, winning a 2-day on-site visit from his CDM Laura Macaskill. Others won prizes ranging from an Amazon Echo to an Apple iPad. We also enjoyed the great outdoors with a different theme each night including food, drink and entertainment.

This year 13 vendors participated in the Mountain Summit. These vendors provided a view into additional products/services of interest to SwipeClock partners through tabletop displays, short vendor presentations and casual conversation.


Watch the Summit 2018 Recap Video!

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