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Enterprise World 2015: It’s All About the People

We believe that our people—our customer, partners, and employees—are core to our value system and our culture. People inspire every effort we undertake. We continually strive to provide our customers with best-of-breed products and services, develop value-added relationships with our partners, and create an environment of empowerment for our employees. This people-first approach is also the driving force behind our annual user conference, Enterprise World.

Each year, we endeavor to outdo the previous year’s event. With a venue like the MGM Grand, Las Vegas, I think it’s safe to say we’re on the right track. But as impressive as the venue is, what’s even more impressive is the roster of world-class speakers we have lined up.

I’m extremely excited to announce that the one and only Mike Myers will be speaking at this year’s event. Mr. Myers has appeared on various stages—from Chicago’s Second City Troupe and Saturday Night Live—and now, he will be appearing on the main stage at Enterprise World 2015! As one of my favorite performers, Mike Myers is a comedic icon of our time. I can’t wait to participate in what I’m sure will be a truly fascinating—and, no doubt, entertaining—conversation.

Joining me on the main stage to deliver keynote presentations will be OpenText’s own Muhi Majzoub (SVP, Engineering) and Adam Howatson (CMO), as well as partner presenters Bill Briggs (CTO, Deloitte Consulting LLP) and Rodolpho Cardenuto (President, Global Partner Operations, SAP). Enterprise World keynotes bring together key OpenText executives with the industry’s most respected thought leaders, business drivers, and visionaries to provide attendees with a unique opportunity to hear about product roadmaps, the latest in best practices, evolving technologies, and emerging relationship and business models.

We work with our partners and customers to “Enable the Digital World”. Guest speakers from customers like Aon, Bangkok Airways, DDR, Digital Clarity Group, Heineken International, Fluor, Fox Entertainment, Fujitsu, HBO, Kraft Foods Group, and Pacific Life (to name just a few), will share how they are using EIM solutions to help create better ways to work. As well as our partners and customers, expert analysts from Forrester Research and Gartner Inc. will be on hand to help you gain further insights for success on your transformative journey.

Enterprise World really is all about the people. To kick off this year’s event, we’re sending four OpenText employees on a road trip. Starting on October 29th and departing from our headquarters in Waterloo, Ontario, these four intrepid travelers will be driving over 3,500 miles to Las Vegas, visiting our colleagues and customers, taking in the sights along the way. Their goal: To make it Enterprise World in seven days. You can follow their progress by visiting

This year’s conference boasts the broadest agenda of breakout sessions to date, more industry sessions, a fantastic line up of expert roundtables, and even more networking opportunities than last year’s event. You’ll be able to hear from thought leaders, experts, and keynote speakers firsthand about role that enterprise information will play in the digital world. See the latest OpenText solutions, applications, and services in action—including big, new release announcements. Exchange best practices, skills, and experience with other OpenText customers and network with a global community of industry experts, solution consultants, partners and OpenText executives in the Partner Summit, Expo, and Innovation Lab.

Join us at Enterprise World 2015 and discover your organization’s greater potential. Register today.

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Mark Barrenechea

Mark J. Barrenechea is OpenText's Vice Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Technology Officer. A prominent thought leader, he has extensive experience in information technology and his vision is to enable the digital world to help transform organizations.

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