History is written by the winners. In a Digital-First world, there’s a whole slew of them: Google, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, Facebook, Wikipedia, Pinterest, YouTube, GoPro, T-Mobile, Yelp— the list goes on and on. These organizations have successfully fused imagination with technology to introduce new business models and change the way consumers buy, the way companies market, and the way enterprises operate.

There are examples in every industry, as the winners outpace the losers who to fail to reinvent themselves as digital enterprises, passing over opportunities fueled by disruptive digital technologies. This is why transformation in a Digital-First world is the focus of Enterprise World 2014, our annual user conference. Join us this year in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, as we look ahead to the year 2020 and explore a new enterprise landscape—one that is impacted by innovative technologies, digital and mobile consumers, changing demographics in the workplace, a digital supply chain, and the digitization of information and processes.

At the conference we’ll demonstrate how Enterprise Information Management (EIM) equips the enterprise to simplify, transform, and accelerate its business in a Digital-First world.

Highlights of the conference include:

The very talented Martin Short, guest speaker at this year’s conference takes the stage on Wednesday, November 12. You won’t want to miss a chance to spend time with one of comedy’s finest performers.

Thought-provoking keynote presentations. We’re bringing together an array of business leaders, industry visionaries, acclaimed analysts, and innovative customers to share their experience, best practices, and strategies for success in a Digital-First world. Join me as I sit down with special guests Fox Broadcasting Company and the Public Broadcasting System (PBS) for a fireside chat.

An extensive and engaging agenda,
packed with informative presentations, breakouts, and roundtable discussions designed to help you maximize your investment in OpenText technology. Preview future OpenText solutions and product roadmaps that have been developed to support business evolution and transformation.

Hundreds of training and workshop sessions will be available, organized by track across technologies, solutions, and industries—designed to help your business excel.

Become part of a growing global ecosystem. Connect with professionals from all industries, including OpenText partners and solution providers. See solutions in action and become a part of a network with innovation at its core.

Evaluate and test drive recent innovations at the Innovation Lab. Collaborate with OpenText user experience designers and researchers. Have a say, and influence future product development.

The release of latest book, Digital: Disrupt or Die.
Hot off the presses, this book explores the future of digital technologies, their impact on the enterprise, and how EIM equips the enterprise to brace for change and opportunity in the year 2020 and beyond. Also available: a 2020 Readiness Assessment Tool. Stay tuned for more details.

Join in the conversation. Follow us on Twitter (#OTEW2014) and explore our other social channels to access conference highlights and network with your peers. Engage, explore, and absorb the tools and strategies that combine to create success in a Digital-First world.

Enterprise World 2014 is a celebration of our customers and partners. We are committed to working with all of our stakeholders to embrace emerging technologies, digitize key processes and information, and increase the speed of information delivery throughout the entire business network.

I invite you to be a part of the energy, excitement, and ingenuity that builds new partnerships, and drives business transformation.

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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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