Engage with the community of Pandell and LandWorks software users for three days of industry-driven business sessions, product and integration workshops, hands-on learning opportunities, and an exclusive presentation by Pandell President, Greg Chudiak, on the exciting path we’re forging to craft the future of energy software.
Banff has been protector to thousands of plant and animal species for centuries. Through harsh winters and hot summers, the mountains provide an ecosystem that keeps them flourishing. We’re driving to do the same for our energy clients; to provide a strong foundation for weathering changes in the economic climate and supporting their needs for a lifetime.
We’re not just your software provider – we’re your partner in creating new and innovative ways to increase the value of your technology tools to your business. The Pandell Conference will give you a seat at the table where discussions about cross-product data integration, workflow automation, and priorities for future development will take place.
Located in the heart of Banff National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Fairmont Banff Springs hotel stands as a landmark in the picturesque alpine town of Banff, Alberta. It offers exceptional views of the Canadian Rockies, fine dining, a relaxation spa, and accommodation packages to suit any needs.
Discounted rates are available on a limited basis. Ask for your Pandell Conference rate of only $203 CAD / $155 USD*.
(*Rate includes $14 CAD single occupancy service charge. Add additional $14 CAD for double occupancy. Tax not included.)
Call the Banff Springs Hotel In-House Reservations at 1-833-762-6866 or the Fairmont Global Reservations Centre at 1-800-257-7544.
Kick off the first day in Banff boarding a warm, comfortable coach and embarking on an exciting visit to several iconic sights of Banff, including the roaring Bow Falls, the pristine Lake Minnewanka, and the “oh wow!” view at Surprise Corner. During your tour you’ll have the opportunity to venture down peaceful pine-scented trails and learn about Banff’s wildlife habitat and behaviour. Don’t forget your camera to capture the wildlife you’re likely to spot on your tour.
After your up-close scenic tour, you’ll soar to the summit of Sulphur Mountain in a modern gondola cabin with breathtaking views.
Sit back and relax in a four passenger, modern glass enclosed gondola. Marvel at the unsurpassed view of Banff, the Bow Valley, and a six snow-capped mountain ranges from 2,281 meters (7,486 feet) above sea level.
You’ll feel like you’re on top of the world when you’re standing on the spacious main level observation deck where the Sulphur Mountain Boardwalk leads you to the Cosmic Ray Station National Historic Site and Sanson’s Peak Meteorological Station.
The state-of-the-art summit facility has a restaurant, coffee shop, interactive interpretive exhibits, a multi-sensory theatre, gift shops, and a 360-degree rooftop observation deck.
You’ll top off your amazing experience with a delicious mountaintop meal, served fresh and market-style at the Northern Lights Restaurant.