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What You Need to Know About #OTCW

  1. 1. What You Need To Know About #OTCW
  2. 2. Who Should Attend? Business IT C-Level Executives, VP, Director C-Level, VP, Director Senior Manager, Business/Departmental Manager Senior Manager, Manager Supervisor, Project Leader Supervisor, Project Leader, System Administrator End user Developer, Analyst Marketing, HR, Finance Architecture, Strategy, Deployment Compliance, Deployment Knowledge/Document/Records Manager Consultant ConsultantWhy Attend?Welcome to the Content Enterprise. Content World gives you access to yourpeers, colleagues, thought leaders, and OpenText expertise to help you on your journey todiscover your Content Enterprise. 2
  3. 3. General Conference InformationAgenda Training -November 13, 14, 15 & 18 John Mancini President, AIIM Conference - November 16-18 Special Group Meetings November 18Keynote SpeakerIn his keynote presentation, "The Future of ECM",AIIM President John Mancini will explore the "Jeopardy" facingCIOs as new demands are placed upon them by the social, local,and mobile revolution.
  4. 4. Breakouts by Products/SolutionsMore than 120 breakout sessions over three days!Including long-term roadmaps, thought leadership discussions, customercase studies, and best practice sessions- can be found at Content World2011. Hone in on your view by product or solution or special interest topic:eDOCS Information GovernanceWeb Site Management (formerly RedDot) SAP SolutionsMedia Management (formerly Artesia) User AdoptionWeb Experience Management Business Process ManagementContent Server (formerly Livelink) Social Media User AdoptionBreakouts by TrackDelve into breakouts, pods, and meetings arranged by track...
  5. 5. TracksLifecycle The Lifecycle track focuses on governing your information. Attend sessions in the Lifecycle track for business and technical overviews, tips and tricks and open forums for Content Server, Records Management, Email Management, eDiscovery, Archiving, SAP® and Microsoft SharePoint® offeringsEngagement The Engagement track delves into increasing productivity, user engagement, and information capture throughout the enterprise to help deliver new channels for innovation and competitive advantage. Key areas of focus are collaboration, document management, social networking, Web content, digital asset management, semantic navigation, mobility, portals and widget services.Transaction The Transaction sessions will explore topics related to putting content to work within the context of your business processes. There will be deep-dives into ECM Suite capabilities and use cases related to process automation, case management, capture and imaging. Solution areas in Digital Mailrooms, Government Service Request and Voting eRegistrations will be discussed.Adoption Discover a people-centric approach that accelerates adoption and multiplies value. Get practical tips and techniques that you can immediately apply to your adoption challenges. Learn how to design an ECM program that accelerates business transformation. We’ll share stories, share insights, and play games. Transform your approach. Transform your business.Beyond the ECM Suite Attend the sessions in this track to learn about OpenText’s rich portfolio of best-of-breed solutions including eDOCS, OpenText Web Site Management (RedDot), and OpenText Business Intelligence.
  6. 6. Tracks Lifecycle breakouts include: LC-132 - Best Practices in Configuring and Transforming the Content Server User Interface LC-152 - Content Server: Notifications and Distributed Agents Deep Dive LC-212 - Content Server: Healthy Habits and Best Practices Roundtable LC-241 - Extending Information Governance into Uncharted Territory: Controlling Social media and Unified Communications LC-243 - Get That Content Moving! Youre Governing Your Content. Now What?
  7. 7. Tracks Engagement breakouts include: EN-152 - WEM 8.1 and the New Presentation Framework, Concepts and Coding Practices EN-222 - How to Create a Mobile Application using Wave (OpenText Mobile Application Platform) EN-223 -OpenText Media Management: Architectural Considerations for High Availability EN-253 - Using StreamServe to Optimize and Personalize the Way You Communicate With Your Customers EN-311 - Creating a Contextual and Personalized User Experience with Portal
  8. 8. Tracks Transaction breakouts include: TR-113 - BPM 101: Making Sense of it all and Transforming your Business TR-143 - ECM + BPM. When Process and Content Connect TR-211 - The Next Generation of Adaptive Case Management Solutions from OpenText TR-111 – SAP Procure to Pay Process Optimization at Grainger TR-122 - Integrating Enterprise Content Management Solutions with the SAP Enterprise Asset Management Solution at the Belgian Railways
  9. 9. TracksAdoption breakouts Beyond the Suiteinclude: breakouts include:AD-111 - Facing User Resistance? BY-141 - eDOCS DM and theIncrease Adoption with an Adoption OpenText Shared ServicesStrategy Integrations Roadmap & StrategyAD-121 - Gamestorming: Playful Co- BY-231 - Customer / Partner Panel onCreation to Get Buy-In and Speed the eDOCS 5.3 Upgrade ExperienceAdoptionAD-311 - Driving Change: Designing BYW-321 - OpenText and Tourisman ECM Program That Accelerates South Australia or "How to buildBusiness Transformation Australias leading tourism site" 9
  10. 10. Group MeetingsJoin in a Special Group Meeting focused on your OpenTextsolution or industry. Learn what your peer organizations are doing, shareyour experiences, and speak with a unified voice to OpenText about yourlong-term needs.Special Group Meeting Friday, November 18Energy and Natural Resources Peer-to-Peer Meeting 7:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.Canada Commercial and Public Sector Peer-to-Peer 9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.MeetingUS Public Sector Peer-to-Peer Meeting 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.Tap into SAP Special Group Meeting 8:30 am - 12:30 p.m.The Art of the Pitch Special Group Meeting 9:00 am - 12:00 p.m.
  11. 11. Training Unlock the full value of your current ECM investment with workshops and courses. Get certified, update your technical knowledge and learn more about deployment, integration and adoption strategies for:New & Accelerated Courses Specialty Workshops Hot Topics CS & ICC Bootcamps Psychology of Adoption Upgrading to CS10 Archive Server Administration Best Practices on Enterprise Connect Introducing StreamServe Implementing ECM AGA for Sharepoint Social Communities See all training offerings online
  12. 12. Experience is Everything Visit the Innovation Lab to collaborate with OpenText’s User Experience Designers, researchers, and other customers. Let’s talk about how your experiences can be improved and what we can do to help. Help make a difference in tomorrow’s products, today. The Innovation Lab is located on the lobby level of the JW Marriott, across from the entrance to the Palazzo Ballroom.
  13. 13. Visit the PavilionOpenText Pods Visit the OpenText Pods for a one-on-one view of our content management solutions. Meet with OpenText solutions experts and technical service specialists to discuss your business and technical needs, and have your questions answered.OpenTalk Theatre OpenText executives, customers, and ECM thought leaders will talk about key emerging trends and will inspire you to discover your own Content Enterprise!Content World Partner Exhibits A number of our partners will be exhibiting in the Pavilion, including: 13
  14. 14. Network With Your PeersMake the Most of Content World.Mix and mingle with fellow attendees, your colleagues and OpenText staffand partners in a fun atmosphere.Casual networking opportunities include the Tuesday Kickoff Receptionand the Thursday Kickoff Reception.See website for details.Connect Online Tweet @OpenTextEvents (hashtag: #OTCW) Join the Facebook fan page Check out videos on YouTubeDownload post-conference collateral from OpenText Online Community. Slide 14
  15. 15. Hotel and Venue Weather November weather in Orlando isCall hotel reservations usually warm, but not hot, and thedirectly quoting the Content World humidity is reasonable.2011 conference groupcode OTIOTIA to receive thespecial room rate: JW Marriott: +1 800 576 5750 or +1 407 206 2300 Ritz-Carlton: +1 800 576 5760 Attire or +1 407 206 2400 The conference dress code is business casual. Please note that theJust a short drive from the Orlando conference hall and meeting roomsInternational Airport. will be air-conditioned.
  16. 16. See you at Content World 2011! View the Content World 2011 website for more details and registration. Slide 16