OTTC14: It’s Time to do Your Homework

Tom and Tom OTTC13This year’s conference may be over, but it’s never too early to begin preparing for next year’s OnBase Training & Technology Conference (OTTC), Sept. 14-18, in Orlando.

To get your wheels turning, here are four ways you can begin preparing for next year’s event:

  1. Learn the OnBase Product Categories: As you’ve heard throughout the conference, these categories provide an easy-to-understand framework for learning about OnBase.
  2. Make a mix tape for your co-workers: Share your love for OnBase! Explain the value of OnBase and how it can make an impact on their job. (Hint: Use the product categories!)
  3. Network: You’ve spent a week with more than 1,400 other people who all are interested in the same product, OnBase. Spend some time talking with others in your industry.
  4. Embrace the OTTC portal: It’ll be available again next year months before the conference begins. Take some time to map out your classes – and make sure you come to the conference prepared with questions!

Although you may still be recovering from a week in Las Vegas, remember, you’ve got a year to prepare for next year’s event. Devote some time preparing so you ensure you get the most out of it. See you there!

 

Katie Alberti

Katie Alberti is the product marketing specialist for integrations at Hyland, Creator of OnBase. She joined the company in 2012 as a content strategist and spent the last few years focusing on marketing OnBase for back office departments. Prior to joining Hyland, Katie was a writer and reporter for nearly 10 years, covering state and local news. She received her bachelor’s degree in magazine journalism from Kent State University as well as her master of arts in teaching, integrated language arts curriculum and instruction.

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