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Enterprise World 2018 delivers security, equality, entertainment, and more!

If you’ve attended before, you’ll know that the OpenText™ Enterprise World conference is our biggest event of the year! Our annual user conference is an informative, educational and motivating event where attendees can explore and learn, meet and network with peers, and gain even greater value for your digital transformation strategies.

Reasons to attend OpenText Enterprise World conferenceFor 3 days in July, we’re heading back to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in downtown Toronto for Enterprise World 2018. This year’s conference is destined to be the world’s largest information conference. Over three incredible days, you’ll have the chance to engage with colleagues, OpenText experts and partners; grow your network and learn to harness the value in your digital information. We are expecting over 5,000 attendees who will take part in more than 200 breakout sessions. On site will be more that 90 industry and technology experts, 80 partners and exhibitors—check out this infographic to see more.

This years’ Enterprise World conference will focus on the challenges and opportunities organizations face as they transform into the intelligent and connected enterprise, with topics such as information security, IoT and AI discussed throughout the event.

Ready to join us, but need to make your case to attend? Take a look at our top reasons to attend Enterprise World and download your conference justification letter here.

Interested in Information Security?

Then you’re going to love the keynote address by Vice Chair, CEO and CTO Mark Barrenechea on Tuesday, July 10! This year’s Enterprise World is all about the intelligent and connected enterprise. With increases in automation, connectivity, and the number of smart connections in the enterprise, the notion of trusting your data and trusting your source is paramount. As Mark shared at Innovation Tour (iTour) 2018, this shift means we need to make security our top priority. Take a look at the highlights from Mark’s London iTour keynote here, and join us at Enterprise World to hear more:

Want to break boundaries, redefine normal and progress equality?

New for 2018 will be the inaugural OpenText Women in Technology (WIT) Summit, taking place alongside Enterprise World on Thursday, July 12. This full-day conference brings together prominent leaders who are breaking down barriers and driving equality in business and society.

OpenText Women in Technology conference Megan SmithThe Summit will kick off with Megan Smith, Third Chief Technology Officer of the US (2014–2017) and CEO of shift7, for a fireside chat about how to build an inclusive and high-impact workforce. The rest of the day will be packed with inspiring keynotes from leading women in technology, interactive panel sessions, and multiple opportunities to network.

Did we mention that access to the WIT Summit is complementary with an Enterprise World registration? Read more about the event and speaker lineup here. The WIT Summit is now sold out, but you can follow the conversation on Twitter and LinkedIn using the hashtag #WITSummit18!

Looking for something to do Thursday night?

Join us at Rebel Night club and Cabana Pool bar for our Thursday night entertainment, featuring the incredible Canadian band, Our Lady Peace (OLP)!

OLP is one of the most successful bands in Canada today, selling over 5 million albums worldwide, winners of four JUNO Awards and ten Much Music Video Awards.

Entrance to the event is complementary for Enterprise World attendees, so join us on Thursday night for this private performance on the shores of Lake Ontario!

Register now for Enterprise World 2018

Enterprise World 2018 has something for everyone, no matter your path to digital transformation. Register now for our best Enterprise World yet.

We can’t wait to see you in Toronto!

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Kiera Obbard

Kiera is a Senior Writer located in Waterloo, Canada. She is passionate about brand communication, corporate social responsibility, diversity and inclusion, and how technology is changing and influencing the ways we live and work.

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