November 17 - 21, 2013
OpenText to Unveil Project Red Oxygen at Enterprise World 2013
New Advancements to Help CIOs to Drive an Agenda of Innovation and Growth to Accelerate Time to Compete in the Information Economy
WATERLOO - OpenText, will be kicking off its annual OpenText Enterprise World 2013 conference, November 17-21, 2013, in Orlando, Florida where thought leaders from around the world will converge to discuss the future of EIM. OpenText CEO, Mark J. Barrenechea, will deliver the opening keynote address where he will unveil the company's much anticipated Project Red Oxygen - the first choreographed release of software in the company's history that will enable CIOs to transform every line of business by better equipping them to compete in the new information economy.
"We expect to break all attendance records at this year's Enterprise World as we unveil Red Oxygen," said OpenText CEO, Mark J. Barrenechea. "Attendees will join industry experts, partners and colleagues for product sessions, demonstrations and activities that address their toughest business challenges. What happens over the course of this conference will have an impact on the next 12 months of enterprise information management, and delegates that truly engage in the show will leave with the tools, information and inspiration needed to make a significant impact on their organization."
Enterprise World is set to make its mark as the key industry event in EIM. In addition to learning more about Red Oxygen, Enterprise World attendees will be offered unique insight into how their business can better discover, control, secure and unleash their information, in a highly interactive networking and educational forum. With a packed agenda, full of technical, business-focused, and visionary sessions, the Enterprise World line-up also features special guest stars, including iconic actor William Shatner and popular band Owl City.
The event will help attendees maximize the value of existing investments, and set the agenda for the next year. Thought leaders, industry experts, and OpenText executives and customers will discuss technology trends, present innovative EIM solutions, and deliver compelling stories on business transformation as well as how to understand the information enterprise as an integrated whole.