The dental profession is in the midst of a technology revolution. Just as in the 90s, when dentists (and the rest of the civilized world) moved from DOS to Windows, the time to move boldly forward is now.
January 13, 2018
“The dental profession is in the midst of a technology revolution. Just as in the 90s, when dentists (and the rest of the civilized world) moved from DOS to Windows, the time to move boldly forward is now,” says Jensen, a 25-year veteran of the dental software profession. “Because they were ‘raised on the internet’, younger doctors understand the advantages of working in the cloud as compared with 1990’s client-server technology. If you’ve been asking yourself ‘Why is my entire world on the cloud EXCEPT my practice management software?’ this webcast is for you,” concludes Mr. Jensen.
In this fun and energetic discussion, Mr. Jensen will start with the basics by explaining the cloud. The discussion will quickly move to advantages Cloud technology offers over client-server solutions. He will then focus on how doctors can use the Cloud to help them compete and win in the ever-increasingly competitive dental marketplace.
Attendees will learn: how cloud technology can benefit their practice, from better data security to more flexible access to data; why the cloud is the only platform for technology (and why it’s time to trash your server); and how the cloud can help build the ‘killer’ practice.
Curve Dental Inc. develops web-based dental software available in the United States and Canada. Jensen joined the company in 2009. Since then, Curve has seen its user base grow tenfold. Curve is committed to educating dental profession about the advantages of ‘practicing dentistry on the cloud.’ He has presented…