Maximize your investment in your business processes by attending OTTC


Even though I work for a leading software company, I don’t like to invest in technology. For example, the only cell phone I owned for seven years was the one Hyland gave me.

When I could no longer access emails, I knew it was time to take action. So I asked my 14-year-old niece if she could fix it. She couldn’t.

So, I had to ask work for a new phone. People were kind of shocked when I showed them the phone I was using.

“You were supposed to upgrade years ago,” they said.

True, but I was scared that my niece’s social life was becoming too important for her to show me how to use a new phone.

Five days to get expert guidance and advice – live and in-person

While not being concerned about maximizing your technology investments is somewhat reasonable on the individual level, it’s not a good business plan. That’s where the OnBase Training & Technology Conference (OTTC) can help.

We send more than 100 employees to OTTC who are all committed to helping you have a successful conference experience. By going to Orlando on September 14th, you’ll have the opportunity to meet – formally and informally – with solution and technical resources, as well as a very approachable executive team. It’s a chance for you to get quick answers to your questions and thoughtful responses to your comments.

Or you could stay home and call your niece for advice, though I don’t recommend that.

By networking with over a thousand peers, you also have the opportunity to learn what your solution can look like in the future. While it’s vitally important to hear from colleagues within your industry who are using similar solutions, hearing from attendees with different solutions can also be incredibly informative. It’s a great chance to learn where you can go by hearing from peers from different industries who have been learning and using their solutions creatively for years.

You also hear what’s new in OnBase first!

Each year, we release a new version of our software based largely on customer feedback. In many cases, the included features come directly from our user community via the enhancement committees who meet during OTTC.

So don’t let the status quo be your IT road map. By attending OTTC, you’ll learn how to further optimize your business processes – increasing your organization’s speed and accuracy while decreasing costs. Not only will your service levels increase, but your employees will have more time to accomplish strategic tasks.

As my niece would say: OTTC, FTW!

Scoop Skupien

Scoop Skupien

Scoop Skupien is a former radio station mascot. A rabbit, if you really want to know. These days, he’s a content marketing manager at Hyland, as well as the editor... read more about: Scoop Skupien

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