CTIA 2013 Announcement!

Here at New Covenant Software, we’ve been working around the clock behind the scenes (and over the river and through the woods) on some special projects, with the goal of making your ROSS experience better than ever. You probably noticed that the website received a major overhaul, including the addition of this blog, but that was just the tip of the iceberg. Today, we’re thrilled to finally announce that we will be an exhibitor at this year’s biggest wireless industry trade show—CTIA 2013—and that we’ll have something very special to unveil during the event!


For more than 25 years, the CTIA Show has been hailed as the pinnacle of wireless industry events. In previous years, it has welcomed esteemed speakers like former President Bill Clinton and acclaimed director James Cameron in great cities like Orlando and New Orleans. CTIA 2013 returns to fabulous Las Vegas with an all-star lineup of Keynote Speakers, led by actor and innovator Ashton Kutcher, and a slew of new ideas and exhibitors.

ROSS will be on display in the brand new iZone, right next to the Keynote Sessions—see the map below to find us. Our booth (#7749) will feature live demonstrations of ROSS on a variety of devices, our fun and friendly staff who can answer any questions you might have, and some awesome free swag for our visitors—so please stop by! We’ll definitely be making a BIG announcement during the show, and there might even be some unexpected surprises…you never know what could happen. We’re going to have a blast just being there, meeting people, and learning from some of the best in the business. We would absolutely love to see you there, so let us know if you plan to attend. If you haven’t already done so, you can Register for a Pass here.

CTIA 2013 promises to be a milestone for New Covenant Software, ROSS, and the wireless industry itself. Plus, it’s an excuse to go to Vegas—need I say more?


Brent Urmey is an avid reader and writer on a variety of subjects, including social media, SEO, the Wireless industry, and life in Lancaster County, PA. He is a graduate of Drexel University and a survivor of the 2012 Mayan Apocalypse. You can connect with Brent on Google +.