2 ways to get the most out of the #OnBaseSummit | EMEA agenda

If you work in Europe, the Middle East, or Africa, the OnBase Summit is the perfect opportunity to increase your expertise. Whether you’re new to enterprise content management, content services, and business process management or you’re a seasoned professional looking for expert knowledge exchange about enterprise information platforms, you’ll find it all at the Summit.

Business and technical professionals alike will benefit from the Summit’s informative and educational agenda and insightful keynote speeches as well as customer case studies and networking opportunities. Designed with the attendee in mind, each session will ensure that you’ll leave with the information and resources you need. This year will also feature dedicated sessions for both Heritage Perceptive and Saperion attendees.

If that sounds like a lot, you’re right. So here are some tips to help you get ready.

2 ways to maximise your time

1. Download the agenda.

I recommend you download the agenda now, so you can start planning your strategy to obtain the most value from the more than 30 sessions available.

Highlights include sessions focused on:

  • General data protection regulation (GDPR)
    • One led by Analyst Hazel Grant from FieldFisher
    • Another led by partner Inpute, including a peer-to-peer discussion
    • There will also be a GDPR workshop
  • Digital transformation
  • Technology and digitisation trends, led by analysts
  • Workflow management
  • SAP integrations
  • Data migration
  • Customer case studies

2. Start planning now.

With all those sessions and opportunities to network as well as tech experts everywhere you look, it’s best to go into the Summit with a plan. If you have any questions or need help, leave a comment below and we’ll get in touch with you.

Although the Summit is free, attendance is limited, so if you haven’t registered, you should do so now.

I hope these tips help. See you Wednesday and Thursday in Berlin!

Graham Lewis

As Hyland’s Regional Marketing Manager for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Graham is responsible for educating organisations about how to optimize processes to save time, decrease expenses and proactively manage regulations with ECM. Over the past decade, he has worked for industry leaders in the fields of Business Process Management and Information Management for both IBM, Canon Europe and now Hyland.

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