This photo is reprinted in its original form under Creative Commons license from  Ron Cogswell
This photo is reprinted in its original form under Creative Commons license from Ron Cogswell

Enterprise World is All New and Coming Your Way!

You talked, we listened- that’s our motto at this year’s Enterprise World. It will be a whole new experience for all attendees. From location to program, we have put your suggestions into action.

To set your mind at ease, let’s quickly go over what hasn’t changed:

  • Amazing crowd of like-minded people to network with and share best practices
  • Training and workshops to uncover additional potential in your existing solutions
  • Deep dives into the possibilities of Enterprise Information Management in today’s digital world
  • The opportunity to evaluate new designs and influence future product development at the Innovation Lab
  • The Enterprise Expo to explore the conference floor and connect with OpenText partners, EIM experts and other customers

Now that we have that out of the way. Let’s get on to the exciting stuff. What IS new?

A Whole New Enterprise World

Each year hundreds of attendees gather to connect with peers across the industry and share tips, tricks and advice. And, there are user groups and learning sessions to offer even more opportunities to network. We have carefully gone through our customer survey results from previous Enterprise Worlds and noticed a few things. So, this year, we designed an entirely new format around your feedback!

Too many keynotes you say? No problem! We have reduced the number of keynotes and added 100% more breakout sessions …and more User Groups and Advisory boards.

As a customer, we know you have  invested in us and we want to make sure you get the most value out of that investment. So this year we are going to focus on more technical sessions, user sessions, and real use cases that will help you to leverage your EIM Investment to its fullest.

We do know a more technical focus can lead to more questions, but never fear we are with you every step of the way! We are bringing a record number of product engineers and technical services professionals onsite to help answer your questions. Enterprise World 2016 will be an opportunity to spend some quality one-on-one time with the engineers behind the product and let them help you with your Digital Transformation.

And, we also accept the positive. Last year saw the addition of the Developer Lab. And, it was a success! So we are making it an ongoing part of our OpenText Enterprise World cavalcade. We invite you to stop in and develop applications, processes, and integrations across OpenText product lines that are tailored to your business needs.

And, one last notable change…

Music City!

Enterprise World 2016 Location. This photo is reprinted in its original form under Creative Commons license from Ron Cogswell
Enterprise World 2016 Location. This photo is reprinted in its original form under Creative Commons license from Ron Cogswell.

This year Enterprise World 2016 is going to Nashville, Tennessee. That’s right, Music City! From July 11-14, we’re calling the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center our home, office and stage.

With all these changes, we are looking at the best Enterprise World yet. July will be here before you know it so sign up today and invest in the EIM skills that matter most to your organization!

See you in Nashville!

 

About Robin Lane

Robin Lane
Robin is OpenText’s Senior Manager of PR & Social Media. She heads up OpenText’s brand journalism strategy, working across the organization to help tell all facets of the OpenText story. Over the years, Robin has put her passion for writing to work for many leading technology companies to launch and manage their branding and digital media initiatives.