Map Your Path at Enterprise World

Have you ever found yourself lost at an industry event? Not sure, which speaker you want to go to hear, or should you be checking out the latest demos on the expo floor, or maybe networking with your peers at an industry round table?

Large industry conferences can be confusing affairs, especially for the first time attendee. Even frequent attendees can hit the “what should I do now?” wall as successful events continue to grow and evolve. Events like OpenText’s very own Enterprise World.

This year will be the biggest and best Enterprise World yet with a wide variety of sessions, events, and activities to participate in.

This year’s event includes:
• Workshops and Training Sessions
• Innovation and Developer Labs
• The Digital Disruption start-up competition
• The Future Forward program for university students
• Women in Technology luncheon
• Elite Customer Awards

As well as the main Enterprise World Conference itself with 200 breakout sessions, thought provoking track keynotes and much more. Running alongside the conference will be the Expo Hall with a wide variety of demo pods, specialist theaters, and your chance to meet the experts one-on-one, network with fellow customers, or see many solutions in action.

If it all sounds like a lot, it is, but don’t worry – we’ve mapped it out for you.

We will help you with your Enterprise World journey by providing you with a “Map Your Path” overview for each of the breakout tracks.

This “map” will help guide you during your 3 days with us and outline all there is to see and do with relation to your area of interest.

It includes can’t miss breakout sessions, keynotes, expo floor demos, theater presentations, labs and more!

Alan Porter

Alan J. Porter is the Senior Product Marketing Manager for the OpenText Customer Experience Suite. He is a regular writer and industry speaker on various aspects of Customer Experience and Content Strategy.

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