The agenda for Celosphere 2020 is live! You can now browse and bookmark over 90 sessions led by Celonis customers, Process Excellence thought leaders and analysts, and the Celonis team. Register now to build your perfect agenda, from show-stopping Keynotes, to product innovation and roadmap sessions, to hands-on workshops and trainings.
With tickets going fast and over 2000 attendees expected at the world’s largest Process Mining event, now’s the time to go in and start planning your Celosphere journey!
Here are four tips to help you do just that.
In order to begin bookmarking sessions, you’ll need to buy your ticket first on the Registration page. If you’re not registered yet, you can still peruse the catalog of sessions, but you won’t be able to bookmark any of them yet.
All of the sessions are tagged by Track, Industry, Business Function, Process, and level of Celonis Maturity. You can use the filters and search bar at the top to find sessions in the topic areas that interest you. Learn more about the different tracks on the Agenda page.
Be aware that the schedule and locations are subject to change over the next few weeks — right now it’s best to focus on bookmarking your top sessions, regardless of time and room.
Click the little star icon next to any session to add it to your personal list. This will not officially register you for the session yet — session registration will start at the beginning of April — but you can start to build your “My Interests” list. Then, as soon as registration is open, you’ll have your list ready and you can quickly claim your spot for those sessions.
The sessions on Tuesday, April 28 are not for general attendees; they’re just for Celonis partners. So if you’re a Celonis user, you should be looking at sessions happening on Day 1 and Day 2 — Wednesday, April 29 and Thursday, April 30.
Southard Jones is Celonis’ VP, Product Marketing. Prior to Celonis, Southard held various executive product and marketing roles at enterprise software companies in the Business Intelligence, Analytics, and Data Science market, including Domino Data Lab, Birst, Right 90, and Siebel Analytics.