The 2016 Summer Olympics and #CommunityLIVE are coming, will you bring home the gold?

CommunityLIVE 2015 General Session Tuesday

Did you know that ice hockey made its Olympic debut at the 1920 Summer Games? It makes no sense, but it’s true.

You know what also doesn’t make sense? Investing in technology as a one-time fix and then leaving that technology to become an antiquated legacy system – virtually rusting as it keeps important information locked away in a silo.

I’m excited for the 2016 Summer Olympics, which are less than 100 days away. But I’m more excited for CommunityLIVE 2016, which is less than 130 days away, because it also brings together the world’s best and brightest. The only difference is at CommunityLIVE, they’re learning, not competing.

The value of community

CommunityLIVE is more than just a technology and end-user conference. And a lot of it focuses on that first word: Community.

CommunityLIVE will bring together OnBase end users, developers, executives, and experts from around the world. More than just a user conference, CommunityLIVE is the one place to go to learn how every department in your organization can work better, smarter and faster.

Don’t let your systems and your mind rust. Join us to take advantage of:

  • 280+ classes
  • 1,500+ attendees
  • 200+ expert Hyland staff members

Though Olympic champions haven’t received solid gold medals since 1912, you can bring home the gold to your organization in the form of increased knowledge, a strengthened professional network and the opportunity to see where the world of enterprise information management is headed.

Early-bird pricing is available now through June 30. See you September 11 – 15 in 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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