FO·MO: noun, informal
Fear Of Missing Out: The anxiety that an exciting event may be happening elsewhere and you’re missing out on something great.
Act now so you don’t experience FOMO. For Life Sciences professionals, there are plenty of reasons to travel to Toronto from July 10-12 to experience OpenText™ Enterprise World and hear about the intelligent and connected enterprise.
Let’s take a closer look at what’s happening for Life Sciences this July in Toronto. We’ve put together a packed schedule of customer-led sessions with industry leaders, and opportunities to talk with and learn from your peers – plus featured speakers on the main stage that I can’t wait to hear.
You’ll hear about successes, lessons learned and best practices from Life Sciences companies that have standardized processes and built a single source of truth across their internal and external connected enterprise. Sessions will include the topics of collaboration, medical legal regulatory review, analytics and artificial intelligence. There’s content for professionals in the clinical, regulatory and quality areas. More information on all the sessions can be found here.
One of the most perennially popular sessions is the innovations and roadmap update for OpenText Life Sciences solutions. You’ll hear from the experts about future capabilities that will help improve efficiency and ensure compliance. We are also revealing information about new and updated Life Sciences offerings from OpenText. Don’t miss the Innovation Lab, where you can evaluate new designs and collaborate with OpenText user-experience designers and product experts.
Meet your Life Sciences peers
Enterprise World provides many opportunities to network with your peers, starting with the Life Sciences user group, organized birds-of-a-feather breakfast and lunch, and evening reception, where the emphasis will be on information-sharing and open discussion.
On the main stage
Both Mark Barrenechea, OpenText CEO & CTO, and Muhi Majzoub, OpenText EVP of Engineering, will deliver keynote presentations to help you understand how your organization can harness the power of information to become an intelligent and connected enterprise.
And you won’t want to miss the inspirational keynote address from Billy Beane, the EVP of Baseball Operations, minority owner of the Oakland Athletics of Major League Baseball, and subject of the best-seller “Moneyball.” (Fun fact: I live less than two miles away from his high school alma mater in San Diego.) Malcolm Gladwell, the noted journalist, author and speaker, will take the main stage on Thursday. I’ve heard he has an unsurpassed ability to both entertain and challenge his audiences.
Did I convince you? No FOMO. Register today – there’s still time. I look forward to seeing you in Toronto!