8 great reasons to attend #CommunityLIVE (No. 4: No Pokemon)

CommunityLIVE Direct Dinner 2015

We’re about two months away from the world’s best enterprise content management technology conference, and this one is going to be one for the record books. I can’t wait!

I know we always say “this year is going to be the best,” but that’s because, just like OnBase, we keep getting better and better. Seriously.

Here are eight great reasons why we think this year will offer you the best opportunities at CommunityLIVE:

  1. Education

With more than 300 sessions to choose from, across 16 tracks, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for. At the conference, you can choose classes from any of the following important topics:

  • Administrative solutions
  • Business strategy
  • OnBase case management systems
  • Industry-specific sessions
  • Product
  • Technical

We’ll also be highlighting customer success stories. That’s right, not only do we want to help you raise your game and your organization become more efficient, we want to share your success with others.

In fact, the editor of this blog will be attending the conference and will be live-blogging customer success stories. It’s a great way to share your personal and business success with the world!

  1. Thought leadership

We’re very excited about this year’s keynote speaker, David Pogue. Not only is he a former technology columnist for The New York Times and current columnist for Scientific American, he’s also the founder of Yahoo Tech. And an Emmy award-winning technology correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning.

And the host of NOVA SceinceNow. And one of the world’s best-selling “how to” authors.

Busy guy. And a smart one, too. This is surely a speech you shouldn’t miss.

  1. Networking

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. Interacting and networking with 1,400 other OnBase users and administrators is the chance of a lifetime. (Until next year.)

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.”

  1. No Pokemon

Will there be crowds of people wandering the halls, bumping into you while forever in search of Pokemon?


  1. Hands-on learning

Like to move at your own pace? Like to take deep dives into OnBase?

No problem. With 50 stations in the self-paced labs and two days of advanced training, you’re in the driver’s seat and can choose your own adventure. From building your first workflow solution to deploying secure file sharing or supporting mobile users, our experts are almost done prepping and will be there waiting for you.

  1. Experts on hand

Speaking of enterprise content management experts, who just happen to also be experts in your industry, you’ll have the chance to interact with more than 250 Hyland employees who are excited to talk to you. We love our customers.

In fact, our former CEO, AJ Hyland, summed it up nicely when he said, “We’ll put our heads through a wall for our customers.”

Over the years, we’ve learned that it’s sometimes easier to build a door or a window, but I think you get the point.

  1. Unlimited potential

How much you learn and experience is up to you. We like to say you have five days and infinite ways to unleash your potential.

  1. FUN

It’s not a well-kept secret that Hylanders like to have fun. Including a private party at Universal Studios, pub quiz, receptions, and more! If you’ve never been to CommunityLIVE, you’re missing a rewarding, enriching, and fun experience.

There you go. Eight great reasons to attend CommunityLIVE.

Did we miss any reasons? Make a comment or share your thoughts with us on Twitter or Facebook.

Don’t wait. Register today. See you in sunny Orlando!

Amy Maxey

Amy Maxey

Amy Maxey joined Hyland in June 2014 as a member of the events team, leading the planning efforts for CommunityLIVE, our annual customer conference. As manager of our global conferences... read more about: Amy Maxey

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