Access the premier virtual conference for digital transformation
Your free CommunityLIVE registration includes:
- Access on-demand content until December 31, 2021
- Fitness, nutrition and wellness workshops, magic and more fun entertainment.
- Commemorative t-shirt for attending CommunityLIVE*
*Not applicable for on-demand. Will be mailed to live event attendees after the conference (mailing addresses in the contiguous U.S. only).
Pre-conference Hands-on Technical Training
For OnBase and Perceptive Content customers, add pre-conference Hands-on Technical Training October 11-12 for only $1,000 (not available on-demand). Gain updated technical expertise and renew select certifications. You’ll interact with expert engineers and trainers in morning and afternoon sessions as you learn about trending topics and build solutions from the comfort of your home or office.
The pre-conference Hands-on Technical Training includes the main conference, plus:
- Two days of hands-on training including recertification for:
- System Administration (OCSA)
- OnBase Certified Advanced System Administrator (OCASA)
- OnBase Certified Support Engineer (OCSE)
- OnBase Certified Workflow Administrator (OCWA)
- OnBase Certified Advanced Workflow Administrator (OCAWA)
- OnBase Certified WorkView Developer (OCWV)
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- Access to course materials and lab environment post course
- $200 off TechQuest registration fee for the Nov 2021, March 2022, or August 2022 TechQuest Conference (customers only; this discount cannot be combined with any other offers and expires August 1, 2022)
- 20 percent off Premium Subscription (valid on new and renewal one-year or two-year subscriptions to on-demand Hyland Training; offer valid October 15, 2021 through February 4, 2022)
“I absolutely loved this virtual version of CommunityLIVE. In the past, I would be torn between choosing courses that were scheduled at the same time. With this version, I could attend all the classes I was interested in because of the Playback/On Demand feature. So I don't think I missed a thing.”