Know before you go: 5 tips to elevate your #CommunityLIVE experience
The greatest software end user event is next week! Are you ready?
Whether you are or not, here are five important things you need to know before you head out the door to Las Vegas:
- General session speakers
Don’t you dare miss the speakers for the general sessions. Seriously, don’t do it.
With thought leaders like Guy Kawasaki (chief evangelist of Canva and former chief evangelist of Apple), Bill Priemer (Hyland president & CEO), Brenda Kirk (Hyland VP of strategy), Miguel Zubizarreta (Hyland EVP & CTO) and Ed McQuiston (Hyland VP of global sales), you’re sure to hear valuable insights that you can take back to the office with you.
- Downloadable agenda
Just being in Vegas can be a little disorienting for some people. So, for your convenience – and sanity – you can download a PDF version of the conference agenda before you even get there.
Downloading the PDF in advance will help you plan your strategy to obtain the most value from the more than 280 sessions that are available.
That’s right, 280. We take that whole “knowledge is power” idea pretty seriously.
- CommunityCENTRAL Tweet Suites
When you – or your mobile device – are low on juice, drop by one of the two Tweet Suites located in CommunityCENTRAL. Don’t worry, there will be cool-looking signs to help you get everywhere you need to go.
You won’t be wandering for days, becoming dehydrated and ending up at a loading dock. We promise.
We’ll also have space for you to relax, recharge, meet with OnBase experts or get some work done. Because for most of us, even though we’re out of the office, we still need to get stuff done.
- Network, network, network
The best way to find out how to optimize your OnBase solution is to talk to other people who have dealt with your exact business issues and overcome them.
But, as you know, Hylanders like to have fun. We believe the best opportunities to network include music, delicious food and an adult beverage or two. So swing by and chat with anyone and everyone.
As attendee Tia Duncan, administrative coordinator of Mariposa Community Health Center said, “We’re able to meet people, bounce ideas off each other and talk about what’s working. I take all of that back to my organization.”
- Stay connected
The official hashtag for the conference is #CommunityLIVE. We’re pretty sure you figured it out when you read the title, but it’s always nice to hear it officially, right?
And, as always, there will be prizes for those of you who are social media mavens.
There you go. Five ways you can get the most out of your experience at CommunityLIVE.
We’re excited, and we hope you are too. See you next week!