Quote 2 Cast 2019 is Coming

by Jay Allen | April 17, 2019

Despite Montana’s unsettled April weather, visions of the ATG Quote 2 Cast Summit and warm summer sunshine are dancing in our collective heads. Our third installment of what we affectionately refer to as ‘the summer’s best Quote to Cash conference’ – and our first as part of the Cognizant family – kicks off July 17th in Missoula.

Quote 2 Cast will continue to be the same fun, intimate affair as in years past, with perhaps the added benefit of having a host of enterprise clients from the Cognizant portfolio reveling in Montana for the first time.

As with the previous summits, the general focus will be on emerging trends and best practices in Quote to Cash, and celebrating our clients’ and partners’ successes. This year’s theme – Winning Through Diversity – will be woven into several sessions as we explore how diversity and inclusion can strengthen your teams and your organizations.

We’ll follow the same blueprint as with previous Summits – one day of outdoor fun, one day of great speakers and panels, and one day for networking and deal-making.

If you have the opportunity to come in early, you can check out the new ATG Missoula offices and explore the new Salesforce Customer Success Center, the first of its kind for Cognizant in North America. Maybe you’ll even get a chance to feed one of our new robot bears, er… dogs.

Look for an invitation coming soon to your inbox. We’re only 90 days out, and you still need to figure out how to ride a moose.

July 16, 2018

ATG’s Quote 2 Cast Summit begins in Missoula on August 1st, and we know there are still a few folks on the fence wondering whether they should attend. There are a handful of seats left ahead of next week’s registration deadline, so we thought we might try to sway you with a some hard-to-resist reasons you need to be here in Big Sky Country.

June 12, 2018

Quote to Cash luminaries from four continents are clamoring to speak or be empaneled, subject-matter experts from the vendor and client side alike are jockeying for the prime speaking slots, and the glut of legitimate news outlets and shady paparazzi asking for press credentials has this ATG marketing team member skipping scheduled naps to try to stay on top of things.