Say goodbye to Miguel at #CommunityLIVE

Well, my friends, this is it. After more than 20 years as Chief Technology Officer and a guiding light for the OnBase enterprise information platform, Miguel Zubizarreta has retired.

We’ll miss Miguel, but before he leaves, we’re going to say goodbye to him in true Hyland style. Miguel will be joining us for his final CommunityLIVE in Orlando, a short 40 days away.

If you’ve never been, or in case you need a reminder, Miguel likes to provide insight into the constantly evolving world of enterprise content management, but he likes to do so in an entertaining way. In fact, he once delivered a keynote speech dressed as Elvis. I’m guessing it had something to do with being in Vegas, but you never know.

So you’re definitely going to want to make sure to be at CommunityLIVE this year. This is your last chance to have a meaningful discussion with one of the most passionate software visionaries you might ever meet.

As you can see in the video, Miguel is all about helping people get better at what they do.

It happens all the time, at every conference, I have ten or fifteen conversations that fundamentally change the visions of companies as to what they can do with their technology and how they can use it enterprise-wide to change their businesses for the better.

Miguel Zubizarreta, former Hyland CTO

Don’t miss this opportunity to say goodbye to Miguel. He’s looking forward to seeing you.

You also don’t want to miss the opportunity network with thousands of peers and have meaningful discussions with the other 200+ experts and visionaries who are at CommunityLIVE to help you take your organization to the next level. While we’ll miss one of our founding employees, we’ve still got you covered.

The clock is ticking, register today!

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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