Promapp User Summits 2016

The Promapp team is buzzing after our most successful User Summits yet. A big thank you to the 300+ customers who joined us; your enthusiasm is a real inspiration to us and made each event the success that it was.

We kicked this year’s Summits off in Wellington, followed by Auckland, Sydney and Melbourne. The conference rooms were full and the conversation was flowing which contributed to the great atmosphere.

Be sure to check out our highlights video below. 

The theme this year was: ‘Head & Heart: Unleashing an Unstoppable Improvement Culture’. This is a topic close to Promapp’s heart; we wanted to arm attendees with practical knowledge they could take back to their organisations that would enable a continuous improvement culture to thrive. 

We took a look at what an unstoppable improvement culture looks like and we facilitated group breakouts which generated constructive conversations and encouraged idea sharing. Check out the top 10 creating and retaining engagement ideas to come out of our morning session. 

Our keynote speaker, John Anderson - Author, Entrepreneur and Founder of Contiki Holidays, blew everyone away with his inspiring tale of how he built Contiki Holidays into the empire that it is today. John shared some of the most important lessons he learnt throughout his entrepreneurial career.

We also heard from fellow Promappers about their process improvement journeys and the steps they are taking to unleash positive improvement cultures in their respective organisations. You can view the case study presentations below:

Air New Zealand

City of Boroondara

Holiday Coast Credit Union


Port Stephens Council

Thrifty Car Rental


We really appreciate the time people took to provide us with feedback on both the Promapp Roadmap and the Summit itself. It is your feedback that enables us to continue to improve the way we do things, so thank you.

In case you missed it or need a reminder, here’s the summary of the new features and functionality we’ve added in the last 12 months.

Finally, view photos from all four Summits using the following links: