SherpaDesk Selected to Present at Venture Atlanta 2015

SherpaDesk has been selected as a presenter at Venture Atlanta 2015, Georgia's premier event connecting technology innovation and investment capital, to be held October 20-21 at the Georgia Aquarium. The 32 early and later stage companies chosen to present reflect a wide range of technologies and diverse markets while highlighting the innovation of Georgia businesses.

SherpaDesk will spotlight the features and functionality of its powerful customer management solution developed for managed service providers (MSP) and IT service providers. It is the perfect ready-to-use solution for any professional service organization who needs to quickly resolve customer issues, accurately track time, automate invoicing and manage project profitability.

"We are honored to have been chosen to present at this event. We believe SherpaDesk fills a gap in the marketplace not addressed by larger business management and PSA providers," said Patrick Clements, CEO. "We look forward to introducing the power and simplicity of our solution."

http://www.andrewfrawley.comPresenting companies and conference attendees will have numerous opportunities to network with regional and national venture capitalists and investors during the two-day event. Now entering its 14th year, Venture Atlanta has helped local companies raise more than $1.5 billion - a number that continues to grow. The conference provides an invaluable experience for entrepreneurs, resulting in funding, national investor exposure, unparalleled relationship building, and mentoring by successful technology executives.

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Patrick Clements
By Patrick Clements

CEO of SherpaDesk