- 6 November 2019 15:37
Hyland announces annual Summit events in Sydney Australia and Wellington New Zealand
With an emphasis on teamwork and education, as well as customer stories and Hyland’s partner community, the events will feature keynotes from Hyland leaders, focused technical sessions and case studies.
Each event runs for a full day and finishes with networking opportunities, giving guests and the Hyland team the opportunity connect on an informal basis.
The event circuit kicks off in Wellington, on Tuesday the 12th of November at the InterContinental Hotel.
The Sydney event will follow, hosted at the Pullman Quay Grand Hotel, on Thursday the 14th November.
Additionally, a training day held in Sydney at Saxons Training Facilities on Barrack Street, on November the 13th, which will provide a technical deep-dive into the use of Hyland’s content services solutions.
“The Hyland Summit events have become widely recognised in our region, because they provide a great platform for our partners and customers to come together and enrich their technical and business knowledge,” said Jamie Atherton, Country Manager for ANZ at Hyland. “As always, we will be joined by some of the best and brightest minds in the business of content services, and have also separated out our technical training so as to provide a more rounded experience for all participants.”
Hyland has offices in Sydney and Melbourne, and a nationwide team of more than 40 employees operating across all states and territories. Additionally Hyland has built an extensive reseller network including partners such as Hewlett Packard, Fuji Xerox, Iron Mountain, B2B Technologies, Blumark, CSC Technologies, Future Information Management and Insitec. New Zealand partners include ECM360, Iron Mountain and Techtonics.
“Our partner network is critical to our success in the region, and these events will showcase the fact that Hyland is a significant force in the content services sector, empowering our partners to go out to an evolving market with confidence and knowledge. We are leading the way in helping companies transform operations using content services,” concludes Atherton.