Charlotte, NC | June 23, 2010 – Jackrabbit Technologies, leading provider of web-based solutions for classed-based businesses, will be an active participant in this year’s Martial Arts SuperShow to be held July 5-7, 2010, at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. The SuperShow offers several opportunities for those who use and are interested in using Jackrabbit to learn more about the value the software brings to Martial Arts schools.
As a SuperShow sponsor, Jackrabbit Technologies will be engaged in several aspects of the event. Jackrabbit experts will provide software demonstrations during exhibit times – providing a live look at the latest enhancements and opening up a forum for answering questions about the system. Jackrabbit will also offer enrollment for new users directly on the SuperShow floor.
Mark Mahoney, President and CoFounder of Jackrabbit, will share what he has learned about effective website practices and policies in a Tuesday afternoon session entitled “Don’t Get Caught in a Web of Mistakes”. Because Jackrabbit’s business management system helps owners and managers leverage technology to improve their operations, the company’s booth is a very popular SuperShow venue.
“Jackrabbit’s software is a built in support system for owners and managers of martial arts schools,” Mahoney, says. “We look forward to opportunities, such as this SuperShow, to engage with our existing and prospective customers in identifying ways that they can use Jackrabbit to improve and enhance their businesses.”
The Martial Arts SuperShow enters its 9th year in providing phenomenal shows for the Martial Arts Industry. Since the show’s inception, its goal has been to help Martial Arts School owners grow their businesses through innovative thinking, relevant information, and evaluation. www.masupershow.com
Jackrabbit Technologies prides itself on its business management software in addition to its consistent software enhancements, industry leading customer support and track record for customer satisfaction. Jackrabbit is attentiveness to needs through open lines of communication with customers who are also leading their practice areas in providing quality learning experiences to students.