Following the Emerson Exchange Conference Happenings

by | Oct 3, 2014 | Event | 0 comments

OK, so you may be tired of me talking about the Emerson Exchange conference in Orlando next week, especially if you can’t be there with us. If you can’t, but would like to peek in on the action, here are several ways.

The first is this blog. I’ll trying to get to as many workshops as I can which feature some of the subject matter experts around Emerson. It will be real-time and unpolished, but I’ll try to give you a flavor for some of the action from the workshops and sessions.

Live at the Exchange -

Live at the Exchange –

The second is to keep a tab opened to the Live at the Exchange page. Like last year’s conference, we’ll have news flowing in from writers, bloggers, Twitterers using the #EmrEx hashtag, Facebook photos, videos, and more. It’s the one spot, located in the Emerson Exchange 365 peer-to-peer community, to get a flavor for the happenings from the event.

Third is the video livestream of Monday’s General Sessions which will occur from 8-10:30am US Eastern time. Add this event to your calendar and catch the keynote speakers including Emerson Exchange board chairman and customer, Sean Brady, Emerson Process Management president, Steve Sonnenberg, and futurist & author, Jack Uldrich.

Fourth is a daily recap email which includes articles and video recaps from the day. Sign up here to receive a email for each day’s recap.

Of course the #EmrEx hashtag is a great way to follow the action from your favorite Twitter client, as well as the Emerson Process Management Facebook page and LinkedIn page—something for almost everyone. You’ll get a true flavor of some of the happenings such as Tuesday evening’s Music Jam, photos from the technology exhibits, Thursday night’s networking event and coverage of the conference throughout each day.

Many of the subject matter experts and I look forward to seeing you face to face if you’ll be joining us in Orlando. If not, we hope some of these ways will give you a flavor for the action and excitement.


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