Enterprise World 2016: Best Tweets of Thursday

OpenText wrapped up the last day of Enterprise World 2016 with lots of great feedback from our friends and colleagues on Twitter and social media. We thank everyone for turning out to take part in the collaborative and informative environments brought to life by the various OpenText teams and experts, and we’re excited for what the digital future brings. As we say goodbye to another great year at Enterprise World, we turn our attention to 2017 and to Toronto, Canada–the location for OpenText’s 19th annual Enterprise World. Take advantage of our special discounted offer for conference attendance fees here now.

Thursday started off bright and early with a few fun selfies at the Elite Lounge, a place for our friends and partners to gather round and interact with experts in various OpenText solutions. There are definitely some perks to being an Elite member….

We loved everyone’s enthusiasm. Especially when wearing our foam OpenText cowboy hats!

Even though it was the final day, it didn’t stop us from delivering our utmost in all of our breakout sessions and roundtable meetings.

The energy at the conference was enough to make you think it would last for another few days, but alas, all things come to an end…

However, cookies make everything better.

Our final sendoff for Enterprise World was to treat everyone to a great show at the Grand Ole Opry, the most famous country music stage in all of Tennessee. Most popular country singers have performed on the stages of the Opry, and it continues to be a huge attraction for tourists from all over the world. We could tell our guests were having a grand ole’ time…

The Events Team at OpenText are already hard at work preparing for the 2017 Enterprise World in Toronto, Canada, but we look back on 2016 with pride and excitement. Thanks to everyone for a wonderful turnout and see y’all next year!

To keep up with updates for all things OpenText Customer Care, check out the social media pages from the Customer Care team:

Twitter: @OTCC

Facebook: @OTCustomerCare

And don’t forget to read more of the blogs like this one here.

Nasha Kroutil

Nasha is the Communications Writer for the Customer Communications department in Waterloo, ON.

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